Why Nigerians should embrace cooking gas – co-founder Doowe Gas
With the increasing price of kerosene and with the campaign against deforestation gaining more momentum across the cross, Nigerians have been advised to embrace the use of gas for cooking.
“Using liquefied petroleum gas for cooking is becoming more economically viable and a cleaner choice that Nigerians should embrace,” said James Atiti, co-founder Doowe Gas, an e-commerce startup that specialises in the door-to-door delivery of cooking gas.
Founded in 2016 with his partner Nnamdi Odiwe, Doowee Gas, Atiti said is positioned to be the next big energy company in delivering advanced technology, regular supply of cooking Gas, employment and adding value to the Nigerian energy market.
But for the founders of one of the latest entrants into the Nigerian e-commerce market, the need to fight environmental and health hazards is at the core of the company’s marketing strategy.
To ensure this, the company said in a statement that it has invested in new technologies and precautionary safety measures.
“We have invested new technologies to mitigate against gas explosions, theft and unscrupulous malpractices in the industry in order to guarantee quality service delivery and overall cost savings,” it said.
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