The Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Total Grace Group, Dr Henry Akinduro, has assured that Total Grace Oil and Gas, is positioned to continue to reward customers’ loyalty with prizes that will change their lives positively.
This is just as he vowed that Total Grace Oil and Gas Stations would continue to sell fuel at N161 per litre even though other fuel stations in Oyo State and all over the country are selling between N162 and N165.
He committed while speaking with journalists in Ibadan at the commissioning of one of three new Oil and Gas stations, Olorunsogo 2, located at Olorunsogo bus stop, along Lagos/Ibadan expressway, Iwo road, Ibadan, the Oyo State capital.
Other oil and gas stations commissioned are that of the Wema Bank area, along with the new Gbagi market and that of Obafemi Awolowo Way, J . Allen, Ibadan.
He reiterated that the entire Total Grace Group, of which Total Grace Oil and Gas is an arm, cannot afford to treat customers with levity, noting that it is when the customers are happy that the group will continue to move forward.
According to him, the monthly raffle draw was introduced to appreciate the customers and let them have a sense of belonging of been part of the company, stating that by winning a prize the company has succeeded in contributing to the upliftment of the customer who will not hesitate to propagate the good deeds of the company.
Akinduro said, “The monthly raffle draw is our little way of rewarding loyal customers who believe in us and do not hesitate to patronize us. Thus I want to assure our teeming customers that not only Total Grace Oil and Gas but the entire Total Grace Group, is ever ready to reward their loyalty because to us they are nothing but our partners in progress.
“The monthly raffle draw would continue next month July because we also believe that it is an opportunity for us to contribute to the economic development of the customers. For instance, if a customer with a tricycle should win a tricycle during the raffle draw, he or she would become the owner of two tricycles thus leading to his or her economic enhancement.”
The Total Grace Group boss added that the company would continue to serve the customers better by selling clean fuel that will not affect their business negatively, stating that Total Grace Oil and Gas could not afford to toy with its good name.
Those present at the commissioning of the three stations which lasted for a whole day are Total Grace Group staff that includes a Director, Mr Abiodun Adu; notable Nollywood actor and actress, Prince Dele Odule and Peju Omobolanle; cream de la cream of the society while ace Fuji musician, Alhaji Taye Akande Adebisi, popularly known as Taye Currency, was on the band stand.