Ghana’s leading Oil Marketing Company, GOIL Plc, has commissioned its refurbished Kaneshie-Odorkor service station in Accra, the capital of Ghana, and renamed it Atico Junction Service Station.
The newly renovated station now has two pump islands with four nozzles each to serve customers with GOIL’s high-grade fuels, Super XP RON 95 and Diesel XP.
The station is also equipped with an ultra-modern lube bay, a GO Cafe and a cafeteria serving as a one-stop shop for customers.
Speaking at the commissioning, the Group CEO and Managing Director of GOIL, Mr Kwame Osei Prempeh appealed to Ghanaians to patronise GOIL fuels and lubricants to benefit quality products at the best prices.
The Zonal Manager for the South Marketing area comprising Accra and its environs, Helen Kyeremanteng, highlighted the add-on services at GOIL’s service stations and encouraged customers to utilise the GOCafes and lube bays for a complete customer experience.
In attendance were the Assistant Chief Fire Officer and Regional Commander for Greater Accra, Mrs Roberta Eva Ganson, Divisional Commander of the Ghana Police Service, Odorkor, Mr Apenteng, General Secretary of the Kaneshie-Takoradi Drivers’ Association, Mr Philip Rockson, the Chairman of the Kaneshie Drivers’ Association, Mr Samuel Boadu, and GPRTU representatives at Kaneshie.