Vehicle owners advised to patronize made-in-Ghana petroleum products

goilA businessman in the petroleum industry, Mr Isaac Brewu, has advised drivers and vehicle owners to patronize high quality petroleum lubricants produced in the country to enhance the performance of their vehicles.

He explained that petroleum lubricants produced locally for vehicles are of higher quality than most of the imported ones on the market.

Mr Brewu noted that the use of locally produced lubricants and the keeping of the vehicle maintenance regime often reduced the number of breakdowns and enabled vehicle owners to save and also make more money.

Mr Brewu who is the Manager of Total Two, Three, and Four fuel filling stations and a gas filling station in Koforidua, was speaking to the Ghana News Agency (GNA) in a New Year message to vehicle owners and other users of petroleum products in the country.

He advised commercial drivers to join the fight against rampant car crashes and to drive carefully as their contribution towards the reduction of road accidents in Ghana in 2013.

Mr Brewu whose investments provide employment for over 52 young men and women in the Koforidua Municipality, advised young people to avoid laziness, respect whatever profession they had chosen and to give off their best for them to always be in employment and also create the opportunity for more people to be employed.

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