Fatgbems Petroleum Sponsors RATTAWU Workers Day Games and Awards

 Badmus Leke of Voice of
Nigeria and Olajide More of NTA slugging it out in the table tennis final

One of Nigeria foremost petroleum marketing company, Fatgbems Petroleum Company Limited has restated its commitment to building a
lasting brand equity with the sponsorship of Radio, Television, Theatre Arts Workers
(RATTAWU) Lagos chapter 2017 workers day activities. The event
include participation at the organized Labour union match past, games and
The 2017 workers day event which coincide with Lagos at 50 celebration witnessed
massive turnout of various workers union at the match past that took place at Agege stadium.


Speaking at the event, Chief
Operating Officer
, Fatgbems Petroleum
Company Limited, Mr. Dare Adeola, revealed that, Fatgbems
is a customer centric organization built on the culture of
integrity, innovation, service excellence and performance.  “As a brand, the organization is focused on
building enduring relationships that deliver satisfaction to customers and
superior value to all our stakeholders,”
he added. 
Mr. Dare further noted that, the sponsorship of RATTAWU
workers day activities is in line with his brand’s vision and adherence to the
belief in the importance of Nigerian workers in nation building. “Our relationship will extend into other
areas that will not only benefit one party, but will be an enduring
he said. 

Logo of Fatgbems…

In his comments, Chairman, Rattawu Lagos State Chapter, Mr. Dare Durosimi, applauded the gesture of Fatgbems Petroleum in supporting not just Rattawu members but the Voice of Nigeria work force in
propagating a better welfare. He enjoined corporate organizations to emulate
the effort of Fatgbems Petroleum in
supporting activities that would encourage Nigerian workers. 
In this fun filled atmosphere, elated members challenged
themselves to games like ayo olopon, ludo, draft, chess game and table tennis where Voice of Nigeria emerged over all winner of the games. The National troupe and Nigerian Arts and Culture group presented a stage play titled balance
to communicate the yarning of Nigerian labour.
It highlighted front
burner issues like a unified minimum wages and unremitted pension deduction.
While Lagos State cultural group thrilled audience with high live tunes. 
Some past chairmen and notable members were recognized for their
outstanding contribution to the development of the union and other activities
around the labour force in Nigeria. Fatgbems
is amember of Fatgbems
Group of companies
, incorporated as an independent petroleum marketing
company in 1994.