11 October 2016

GOIL appoints new management


From left: Marcus Deo Dake , Martin Olu Davies , Kofi Ansah Otoo

Ghana Oil Company (GOIL) has made changes to its management staff with the appointment of three new managers.

The promotions and renewal, according to management, are expected to consolidate the gains already made and position the company to achieve more successes.

Mr Marcus Deo Dake, The Zonal Manager, South, has been appointed the Fuels Marketing Manager. He takes over from Mr Alex Josiah Adzew who is now the Chief Operating Officer.

Mr Dake is an alumnus of the University of Cape Coast with a Bachelor of Education degree in Social Studies. He holds an Executive Master’s degree in Business Administration and is currently pursuing an MBA in Oil and Gas Management. He has 16 years’ experience in the Petroleum industry, having served as th

e head of marketing in several of the company’s branches countrywide. He is an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing Ghana (CIMG).

Martin Olu Davies, HSSE Manager

Mr Martin Olu Davies, the Business Development Manager, is now GOIL’s new Health Safety, Security and Environment (HSSE) Manager. He holds an MSc Economics and an MBA from the University of Leicester and is a member of the Institute of Human Resource Management Practitioners, Ghana.

He brings to his new position, 24 years of experience in the industry and has held several key positions at GOIL in the last 21 years. Mr Davies takes over from Mr Kofi Nyarko, who retired after 23 years of dedicated service to the company.

Kofi Ansah Otoo, Chief Internal Auditor

The company has also appointed the Accounts Controller, Mr Kofi Ansah Otoo, as the new Chief Internal Auditor. Mr Kofi Ansah Otoo is a Certified Chartered Accountant and a member of the ICA and CIMA with over 20 years of working experience with GOIL.

He has held several positions, including being the Internal Auditor, Internal Audit Manager, Corporate Treasurer and Operations and Systems Audit Manager before being promoted to the position of Chief Internal Auditor.

Mr Otoo is taking over from Mr Samuel Korboe who retired in April, 2016.

Source: Graphic.com.gh

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