To mark its 2nd year anniversary, Enyo Retail and Supply, a customer-focused, technology-driven, fuels retailing company has launched its Stillwater mega station at Lekki-Epe expressway.
The 2nd anniversary celebration was dedicated to the company’s growing customer base especially in the Lekki axis of Lagos. Enyo Retail uses a popular tag line” our litre is a litre” derived from a feedback from customers after a recent customer survey on why motorists consistently patronise their stations and prefer them over most other stations in the country.
The Enyo Stillwaters launch event was graced by board members and management of the company, dealers and partners to Enyo Retail & Supply, the Chairman and Vice Chairman of Bash Oil Ltd, Aare and Yeye Fakorede who are also the owners of Enyo Stillwaters, the Oba of Ikate-Elegushi, Oba Saheed Elegushi, the Ojomu of Ajiran land in Eti-Osa, Oba Tijani Adetunji Akinloye, the Chairmen of Eti-Osa and Eti-Osa East local government areas, The special adviser to the Governor of Lagos state on chieftaincy affairs amongst other dignitaries.
The royal fathers present whilst thanking the audience at the ceremony commented differently on the quality of the facilities of the Enyo Stillwaters station stating the benefits the station had brought to the community since it opened.
Aare Fakorede added that “Enyo Retail brings an uncommon agility and resilience that stands it apart from the crowd in the Nigerian downstream space.
“In addition to this the management and team members of the company are well known in the industry, possess an unquestionable track record and are capable to delivering to the expectations of their stakeholders”.
The ribbon cutting event was immediately followed with a customer appreciation hour in partnership with Wazobia FM 95.1, where up to 1000 customers were provided with gifts and memorabilia including some fuel products at the expense of the company, a gesture the company believe is just another way of thanking their customers for their patronage. This was tagged #wazobiafuelmymoto.
Enyo Retail & Supply was registered in May 2017 but only commenced operations at its first station in Olorunsogo, Ibadan in August 2017.
The company has gradually expanded across the country and now serves over 60,000 customers daily and supplies close to 2% of the local demand for PMS in Nigeria.
It invests not only in well-equipped and safe fuel stations but also in the training and development of its staff and in incentives to its customers in appreciation of their patronage.
Speaking at the anniversary, CEO of Enyo Retail and Supply, Mr. Abayomi Awobokun, said “I would like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to God, our board and shareholders led by Mr. Tunde Folawiyo, the Enyo retail team, our various stakeholders and most importantly our customers. None of what we are celebrating today would have been possible if not for all these stakeholders. We are really excited about our accomplishments thus far and can’t wait to keep this momentum going into the future.
“Enyo was established to provide quality fuels retailing solutions for Nigeria whilst at the same time integrating first class customer service. We are happy to have achieved so many milestones in the past two years. As we move forward into the future, we seek to continue to create value to stakeholders by focusing on innovative ideas to improve the services in the downstream sector of the Nigerian industry”.
Since its opening in 2017, Enyo has spearheaded initiatives that aim to revolutionize the downstream oil industry, these include its #enyofueledbytrust campaign, the launch of the STEMCafe by RVRB and most recently its collaboration with Cars45 to boost their spread and services rendered to customers.
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L-R: Oba of Ikate-Elegushi, HRM Oba Saheed Elegushi; The Ojomu of Ajiran land in Eti-Osa, HRM Oba Tijani Adetunji Akinloye; Enyo stillwaters Landlord, Aare Bashir Fakorede and his wife Tayo Fakorede; and (on far right) CEO, Enyo Retail and Supply, Abayomi Awobokun at the launch of Enyo Lekki Mega station in celebration of Enyo’s 2nd year anniversary in Lagos.