Suleja gets N100m domestic gas plant

Mr Paul Ekele, the Chief Executive Officer of company, said that the plant would improve the economy of the area as well as create employment for the people.

Mr Paul Ekele, the Chief Executive Officer of company, said that the plant would improve the economy of the area as well as create employment for the people.

He said that the concept of the company came as an inspiration to remain connected to the needs of the people.

“ is intended to serve the people and empower them through the value chain.

“There is a growing demand in cooking gas because it is the cheapest among burning fuel and it is less stressful.

“The demand for gas is becoming higher than the supply, that is why I am calling on my big brothers and friends to venture into the same business because gas still remain a viable business.

“There is a lot of business potentials associated with LPG business,” he said.

Ekele gave assurance that the gas plant would satisfy it’s customers by ensuring safety, accuracy of measurement and value for money.

“The company placed more value to life than profit and we believe that you are buying gas to cook for your family to eat and live.

“I urged you as our esteem customers to always pay attention to our instructions; such as customers are not allowed inside and no car is allowed inside,” he added.

He, however, appealed to the Federal government to create enabling environment for those in LPG business such as removing of VAT on gas.

Also, Mr Mordecai Ladan, a Director in the Department of Petroleum (DPR), noted that the plant would impact positively on the lives of the people of Suleja and it’s environs.

“There will be positive economic impact such as creation of jobs as the staff will earn a living through the plant.

“There is a growing demand for domestic gas and bringing the plant close to a congested area like Suleja and environs, a satellite town where most workers in Abuja reside, was a good idea,” he said.

Ladan, who was represented by Alhaji Ahmad Shaku, Head of Cooperate Service, DPR, noted that the gas plant was of high standard and called on people to invest in more of such ventures.

He urged the Federal government to create a conducive environment for private investors to improve the country’s economy.

JOIN OUR PULSE COMMUNITY!

Unblock notifications in browser settings.

Eyewitness? Submit your stories now via social or:

Email: news@pulselive.co.ke

Recommended articles

Uhuru, Ruto, Raila expected at tomorrows National Prayer Breakfast meeting

Uhuru, Ruto, Raila expected at tomorrows National Prayer Breakfast meeting

Nominated US Ambassador to Kenya grilled by Senate Foreign Relations Committee

Nominated US Ambassador to Kenya grilled by Senate Foreign Relations Committee

MPs reject proposals to increase taxes

MPs reject proposals to increase taxes

First African to lead WHO, re-elected for five more years

First African to lead WHO, re-elected for five more years

Police change tune on main suspect in Mirema murder

Police change tune on main suspect in Mirema murder

I am not the owner of the company - Tabitha Keroche reveals in court

I am not the owner of the company - Tabitha Keroche reveals in court

Raila Odinga unveils his national campaign point men [Full List]

Raila Odinga unveils his national campaign point men [Full List]

Reprieve for billionaire Humphrey Kariuki as court quashes Sh17 billion tax case

Reprieve for billionaire Humphrey Kariuki as court quashes Sh17 billion tax case

 I'm not going for any elective post - Alfred Mutua addresses speculations

I'm not going for any elective post - Alfred Mutua addresses speculations