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Fatgbems explains decision to sponsor RATTAWU Workers Day games, awards   


Badmus Leke of Voice of Nigeria and Olajide More of NTA slugging it out in the table tennis final at the just concluded Workers Day Games sponsored by Fatgbems Petroleum Limited.

Fatgbems Petroleum Company Limited has explained that it sponsored the Radio, Television, Theatre Arts Workers Union (RATTAWU) Lagos chapter 2017 workers day activities, including the organized Labour union match past, games and awards in line with its commitment to building a lasting brand equity.

The 2017 Workers Day event, which coincided with the Lagos at 50 celebrations, witnessed massive turnout of various workers unions at the march past that took place at Agege Stadium.

Speaking at the event, Chief Operating Officer, Fatgbems Petroleum Company Limited, Mr. Dare Adeola, revealed that the company is a customer centric organization built on the culture of integrity, innovation, service excellence and performance.  “As a brand, the organization is focused on building enduring relationships that deliver satisfaction to customers and superior value to all our stakeholders,” he added.


In his comments, Chairman, Rattawu Lagos State Chapter, Dare Durosimi, applauded the gesture of Fatgbems Petroleum in supporting not just Rattawu members, but also the voice of Nigerian work force in propagating a better welfare.

In the fun filled games, members vied for honours in games like ayo, olopon, ludo, draft, chess and table tennis, with the Voice of Nigeria emerging the over all winner.

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