Total Petroleum Ghana Limited is poised to offer more job opportunities for Ghanaians and take up the leadership role in the nation’s oil industry.
The company has also put in place safety measures including quality control to ensure that the health of the workers are protected to ensure productivity.
Nana Opoku Amosah, Accra Area Manager, made this known on Thursday at the official opening of a new branch of Total at Malejor, near Oyibi, in the Kpone-Katamanso District of the Greater Accra Region.
This brings to 230 the number of branches so far opened by the company throughout the country.
Nana Amosah said the new branch would meet the increasing needs of customers and also offer employment to the community and its environs.
“We want to move closer and improve our services to customers in this country as well as expand our existing customer base,” he said.
Nana Amosah announced plans of opening more branches in the country adding that this would help minimise the unemployment rate.
“If we are able to open more branches more jobs would be created and the computer fraud issue, which had become the order of the day due to unemployment, would be reduced.
He appealed to traditional rulers to make lands available to the company to open more branches to contribute meaningfully to the economic growth of the nation.
Mr Raymond Ansah Asare, General Manager of the Malejor branch, appealed to the workers to eschew laziness and work hard to ensure productivity. GNA