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The GGM, NAPIMS, Engr. J. K. Okehs (middle) with some top Management staff. immediate left is former Ag. GGM, NAPIMS, Mr. Fidel Pepple, extreme left is GM, Planning, Engr. Mrs. Yetunde Taiwo and immediate right is GM, Legal, Mrs. Hadiza Coomassie and GM, FAD, Mr. G. Okonkwo

The new Group General Manager (GGM), NAPIMS, Engr. Jonathan Kwame Okehs has tasked staff to display professionalism in the discharge of their duties and interactions with the multinational oil companies.

He also charged the staff to uphold the values and ethos of the Corporation as custodians of the nation’s major investments in the oil and gas industry. The GGM made these declarations during the
Town Hall Meeting he held with NAPIMS staff at the NAPIMS premises - 36/38 Gerrard Road, Ikoyi, Lagos- recently.

Speaking further, Engr. Okehs implored the staff to share knowledge with others as a way of sustaining the future of the Corporation.

The GGM assured the staff of his commitment and support for improved welfare packages. He said “Staff welfare will be a way of life and not a struggle”. He urged all staff with genuine issues and ideas to always escalate same to Management for consideration.

The interactive Town Hall Meeting gave members of staff the opportunity to raise issues of concern/suggestions. The GGM assured staff that all these concerns will be looked into.

The town hall meeting rounded off with a vote of thanks from the outgoing Ag. GGM, NAPIMS, Mr. Fidel Pepple, who has been promoted to the position of Group General Manager and Senior Special Adviser to the Honourable Minister of Petroleum Resources.
He called on staff to give the new GGM maximum support.

Earlier, the GGM met with the Executives of the In-House Unions barely forty eight hours after resumption of duty in NAPIMS.

Speaking at the occasion, the Chairman PENGASSAN, Comrade Sale Abdullah, observed that it is the first time a new GGM had called for a meeting with the in- house unions almost immediately after resumption. He seized the moment to brief the GGM on some areas of concern.
The GGM in his response thanked the union Executives and assured them that the concerns raised will be given due consideration. He reminded them that there is a paradigm shift in unionism from the era of struggle to a synergy of ideas aimed at moving organisations forward. In doing this, he said “more is brought to the table for all”. He urged all staff to be innovative and committed to their duties and to the cause of the Corporation at large.

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