Mr Kwame Osei-Prempeh interacting with a customer Ghana Oil Company (GOIL) has rewarded 920 customers at its first ultimate reward scheme of the 2019 Efie ne Fie promotion in Accra.
Sixty of the beneficiaries received GH¢1,000 worth of fuel each on GOIL’s GoCard; 300 customers received GH¢500 worth of fuel, while 560 customers got GH¢300 worth of fuel.
The vehicles were taxis, trotro, mini and big buses, trucks, tricycles and private saloon cars, as well as SUVs.
Speaking at the ceremony, the Managing Director and Group CEO of GOIL, Mr Kwame Osei-Prempeh, noted that the reward scheme was in fulfilment of a promise made to Ghanaians at the beginning of the national promotion that customers would be rewarded at the end of the month, apart from the thousands of instant rewards received.
Beneficiaries who received the awards were from Dansoman, Achimota, Madina, Wa, Tumu, Tamale, Tarkwa, Nkawkaw and Ohwim, near Kumasi, indicating the national character of the promotion.
That, Mr Osei-Prempeh noted, attested to the diverse backgrounds and locations of the beneficiary customers.
The Head of Fuels Marketing, Marcus Deo Dake, explained that over 2,500 customers would benefit from the three Ultimate rewards ceremonies at the end of the promotion in January 2020.
Customers who received GH¢1,000 worth of fuel at the 1st Ultimate reward ceremony included Forgive Amoah from Kasoa, Samuel Ofosuhene from West Hills Mall, Kingsley Bamfo Kwesi from Pokuase, Wahidu Seidu from Dansoman, Ibrahim Lukeman from Wenchi, George Owusu from Mallam, George Asare Baah from Achimota, Benjamin Okyere from Kasoa Iron City, Danjuman Musah from Kasoa A1 and Emmanuel Antwi from Amasaman.
Drivers who received GH¢500 worth of fuel included Mustapha Yakubu from Tarkwa, Fuseini Malik from Tamale, Justice Annim from Madina, Evans Amanor from Kwabenya, Yaw Sarpong from Madina, Charles Appiah Kubi from Anyaa, Ablekuma, John Azundow from Ablekuma, Emmanuel Kobbina from Kwabenya, Mark Gyamfi from Pokuase, Stephen Addo from Accra Central, Ernest Asiedu from Kasoa and Abdulai Korankye, a truck driver.
Others who received GH¢300 worth of fuel were Bosomtwi Ackaah Gyasi from Secondi, Miledzi Yaw Ishmael from Techiman, Ibrahim Bilali from Tumu, Stella Arthur, Eric Oduro from Tema, Ernest Kwabena Barnes from Kasoa, Godwin Opah from Ashie and Stephen Addo from Accra Central, Muftau-Kona Fasasi from Tumu, Abdul Karim Abubakar from Yendi and Mohammed Adams from Bolga, Upper East Region.