31 January 2013

Liberia: Gboni Enterprise to Supply Petroleum Products to Rural Liberia

The Management of Gboni Enterprise, a petroleum distributor operating in the country has disclosed plans to expand its operations throughout the country.

According to Mr. Abraham Dukuly, Spokesman of the company, they will shortly embark on the process of a nationwide assessment program that will determine the scope of petroleum distribution around the fifteen counties and informed that there is a need to expand the operations of the company so that Liberians and foreigners residing in these counties can have access to petroleum products.

Mr. Dukulu further disclosed that the issues of bad roads condition in the country especially in Lofa county and the Southeast remain a serious challenge, but was quick to point out that his company is committed to the economic growth and development of the Liberian economy and will ensure that petroleum products reach out to the people at affordable prices.

Mr. Dukuly made the assertions recently when his company was honored and certificated as the outstanding petroleum distributor of the year 2012 by a local media institution.

He lauded the management and staff of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company (LPRC) for the cordial relationship. He also thanked the MOTC, a leading partner to Gboni Enterprise for the good working relations and promised to enhance the business ties.

Also speaking at the program, the Chief Executive Officer of the company, Mr. Boakai Sirleaf, thanked the management and editorial staff of the West Africa Watch for the honor and promised that the mission and vision of Gboni Enterprise will only be achieved through the collective efforts of its partners and all well meaning Liberians.

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