Tema Oil Refinery Managing Director Isaac Osei resigns

Tema Oil Refinery Managing Director Isaac Osei resigns

Mr Isaac Osei has resigned from the Tema Oil Refinery as Managing Director.

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The former Subin MP and flag bearer-aspirant of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) announced his resignation to the staff of TOR at an end-of-year gathering.

Mr Osei told that staff that: “I also want to say that I hope that Tema Oil Refinery will continue with this new tradition that we’ve started. We may not necessarily be on these grounds, we could be anywhere else, probably in the official residence of the MD, because you’ve won that place.

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A letter has been approved. Our legal team has assured me that that building will be in the hands of the refinery and the next MD will be the one, I hope, will be in that house.

“So, Mansa, we may not be here after 2020. So, let me just tell you; because I see that most of you and some of our most senior persons, let me tell you that this certainly will be my last carols service with you as your MD because you know in life, we move on and I’ll be moving on.

“So, that is what I want to leave with you but know that with unity, under the leader of the … and the Board, this company can be moved into another level and I expect that all of you, especially those of you from TOR, will support whoever comes in as the next MD and move the company to another level. So, I thank all of you”.

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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that deputy chief of staff, Abu Jinapor has strongly defended government’s expenditure of GH¢26,300.20 as donations to funeral in 2019.

According to Abu Jinapor government had to expend the the amount in line with the country’s tradition and culture.

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