Kyari Tasks NNPC Retail Board on Sustenance of Unadulterated Petroleum Products

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The Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Mallam Mele Kyari, has urged the Board of Directors and Management of the NNPC Retail Limited, to sustain the company’s culture of delivering unadulterated petroleum products to Nigerians in filling stations nationwide.

According to Mallam Kyari, the confidence of Nigerians in the company’s commitment to delivering high quality products and the right quantity at the right prices, was a great asset that the new management could leverage on to achieve the target of growing market share to 30 per cent.

The GMD, who gave the charge during the inauguration of a new Board of Directors for the company, on Monday in Abuja, stated: “We have to maintain our viable operational strategies to advance our cause. NNPC Retail Limited’s management must focus to ensure that products are not adulterated, and metres for both our own and our affiliate stations are not tampered with, so that those who buy our products can derive maximum value for their money.”

He further stated that NNPC Retail Limited occupied a strategic position in the energy matrix of the country, adding that as a first line company with strong brand in petroleum products supply and distribution across the country, there was need to expand its scope and capture at least 30 per cent market share within the shortest time possible for the benefit of Nigerians.

Mallam Kyari also explained that automation of process, continued maintenance of customer base and expansion would assist in speedy attainment of target.

Responding to the charge, the Chief Operating Officer (COO), Gas and Power, and Chairman of the Board of Directors, Engr. Usman Yusuf, assured of his team’s readiness to deliver on the task.

Other members of the Board include: the COO, Downstream, Engr. Adeyemi Adetunji, Alternate Chairman; COO, Refineries, Engr. Mustapha Yakubu; Managing Director of NNPC Retail Ltd, Sir Billy Okoye; and Company Secretary, NNPC Retail Ltd, Mrs. Obioma Abangwu.

 

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