GNPC CEO tours Operational Headquarters in Takoradi

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC), John Dadzie, has inspected works on the ongoing construction of GNPC Operational Headquarters in Takoradi.

The multi-millon dollar six storey building, which is about 85% complete has Executive floor, Lounge, Board rooms, CEO Office, Managerial offices amongst others. This is the first visit of GNPC CEO to Takoradi, since he was appointed as CEO by the president.

The team that accompanied the CEO included Dr. Kwame Baah Nuako, General Manager of GNPC, Dr. Dominic Eduah, GNPC Foundation Executive Secretary amongst other staff from both GNPC and the GNPC Foundation.

CEO John Dadzie at the GNPC Operational Headquaters building

The CEO was ushered into the operational Headquarters, where from one office to another, he inspected works going on.

Speaking to the media, CEO John Dadzie conceded that it was his first tour of the building and that he was impressed with the quality of work done by the contractor.

“The Contractor has done a very good job and I am really impressed. Quality of finishing is very impressive and I hope it will help improve productivity of work done.”

Work done, he told the media, had exceeded his expectation. He justified the construction of the building in Takoradi because all the oil companies have their operational offices in Takoradi.

The GNPC team also paid a courtesy call on the Western Regional House of Chiefs. At a meeting with the president and Vice president of the House, CEO John Dadzie told the chiefs he only came to introduce himself to them.

He said at the appropriate time, he would lead a whole GNPC entourage where they would come to meet all the chiefs who constitute the House.

Awulae Angamatuo Gyan II, Omanhene of Gwira and acting vice president commended the CEO for the visit.

According to him, the visit would deepen the relationship between the House and GNPC.

Whilst commending the GNPC for the numerous development projects being executed in the region, he reminded the Corporation to endeavour to finish the projects on time.



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