All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, for someone who had started the year working, by the time it’s end of the year, such should be rewarded for a work well done.
In view of this narration, Total Nigeria Plc, one of Nigeria’s leading Lubricants and Fuel firm, held its end of the year and long service awards for its staff, who had performed meritoriously and has spent between 10 and 35 years on Friday December 13th, 2019.
Among the staff who have distinguished themselves on service to Total Nigeria Plc and who received an award of excellence, was Mrs. Adegbite Adedolapo, who had served the company for 20 years.
While giving her the award, the Managing Director of Total Nigeria Plc, Mr. Barry Imrane commended her and charged the awardee that the reward for good work is to always do more.
Adedolapo dedicated the award to God Almighty for sparing her life and for given her the grace to witness the day.
She used the medium to thank God for blessing the work of her hand, adding that “to God be the glory.”
Describing the Management of the company, she said that they are great, and that they really care about the staff.
“They develop the staff, Total Nigeria Plc is a training center, where you would develop your career, where you will be programmed for challenges.
“Total is a center where your talent could be developed, changed to better the organization and Nigeria as a whole,” she said.
Adedolapo added that she experienced this because she started off as a Sales Executive, then became Promotion and Communication Manager, and later Customer Service Manager.
She therefore encouraged younger employees of Total Nigeria Plc to be more dedicated, honest and self reliant on their work.
“I would tell you with much assurance that Total Nigeria Plc is ready, that name sells itself, we are the market leader and we are expanding our business everyday.
“We are doing lots of things to meeting customers’ expectations, not just on fuel and lubricants, we are into solar energy to meet customers’ needs, both lower and higher grades,” she opined.