GOIL opens redesigned service station in Accra


The new site offers a wide variety of services to its community, including convenience solutions, fuel and an automotive center.

GOIL has opened a completely redesigned new gas station in Kwabenya town, Accra. The new site includes a wide variety of new services integrated into the station, such as a pharmacy, a car center and a grease station.

The company celebrated the reopening with an event attended by many of its representatives and municipal officials. Kwame Osei Prempeh, Group CEO and Managing Director of GOIL, was in charge of cutting the tape to officially open the newly renovated forecourt.

“GOIL is committed to serving quality fuels to its customers and continuing to establish more state-of-the-art stations across the country as part of a campaign to ensure that every Ghanaian benefits from quality fuels,” Prempeh said.

Furthermore, he called on Ghanaians to continue patronizing the brand’s products and services, which provide value to the community. Located near the Atomic Road Kwabenya roundabout, the modern gas station is equipped with a state-of-the-art GOCafé, car center, lube bay, pharmacy and restaurant.

“The company’s dedication to providing quality products at affordable prices for its customers has been amply demonstrated with the introduction of the premium SUPER XP RON 95, which retails for the same price as regular fuel. GOIL has made great efforts to ensure the sale of low sulfur diesel, which ensures engine longevity and a safe environment,” added Mr. Alex Adzew, COO of GOIL.

In attendance were Oheneba Frimpong, the station operator; as well as other brand associates, police chiefs, National Disaster Management Organization officials, fire department officers, and leaders of driver groups and unions.

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