Gulf Energy Ghana Ltd commissioned a 50-bed facility at the Battle Training Camp for the Ghana Armed Forces Training Base at Bundase, near Accra. In remarks at the commissioning event, General Manager of Gulf Energy Mr. Martin Agboyo said the company and its subsidiaries Legon Cities Football Club and Lemla Petroleum are committed to enhancing the lives and welfare of the everyday Ghanaian as part of the group’s CSR commitments.

“It is a day of pride and honour to see this facility. At Gulf Energy, we are committed to supporting the effort of the State in any way possible as demonstrated in the paying of taxes diligently and the support we have offered various worthy causes over the years….Giving back to the community is one we find delight in and our doors are very much opened to supporting other causes which will benefit the society at large.”

Mr. Martin Agboyo, General Manager, Gulf Energy Ghana Ltd

The Chief of Air Staff, Air Vice Marshal Frank Hanson expressed excitement at the realization of one of his key visions which was to see an upgrade of his force in the area of accommodation. Air Vice Marshall Hanson described the new facility as a welcome relief to trainees at the military base who hitherto were housed in tents, a dormitory and literally in out in the open.

Gulf Energy is an indigenous Ghana Petroleum Products Marketing Company that continues to demonstrate good corporate citizenship in multiple areas, especially through the payment of millions of taxes and commitments to promote national development.