By Maryam Bello
Rainoil Limited has expanded its retail network to 22 states, the most recent being in Yola, the state capital of Adamawa.
A statement from the company said yesterday that the new retail station is in the Jimeta district of Yola, adding to more than 100 retail stations nationwide.
He also said the company’s aggressive retail expansion plan will see more Rainoil stations appear across the country.
Commenting, Chief Strategy and Business Development Mr. Emmanuel Omuojine said, âThe end goal is to have a presence in every state in Nigeria. This expansion campaign will provide direct and indirect employment opportunities to host communities and teeming youth.
âRetail is at the heart of our business strategy. The retail sector will remain relevant in the long term in our national energy delivery value chain, âhe noted.
Also speaking, the group’s head of retail sales, Paul Oparah, said communities have been very supportive of the business where these stations are located.
âIt is important that we are recognized as the main energy suppliers that we really are. Our expansion is intentional because it helps establish and consolidate our status as a market leader, âsaid Oparah.
Rainoil Limited is a local energy supplier with strategically located bulk storage facilities in Delta, Lagos and Cross River State.