16 Jun Westfield Energy Resources Limited Celebrates Staff, Presents Long Service Award
Staff and Management of Westfield Energy Resources Limited (WERL) led by the MD/CEO, Mr. Henry Okolie-Aboh recently gathered to celebrate three of their own: Chinyere Harriet Obadike a Procurement Manager, popularly known as Madam Chi; Okechukwu Okolie-Aboh, a Shipping and Logistics Assistant and Ikechukwu Mbagwu, a Driver all who have spent 10 years in the organisation.
Staff at the event spoke glowingly about the celebrants, describing them as hardworking, committed and accommodating. The MD described them as embodiment of hardwork and dedication. He said as pioneer staff of WERL, they have grown with the company. He went further to narrate the story of the humble beginning of WERL and how it has grown to its present state, with the hardwork and contributions of people like Chinyere, Okechukwu and Ikechukwu.
In his contribution, Strategic Procurement Manager, Adam Mitchell who is also their Line Manager described them as resourceful and highly dependable team players whose contributions to the company are highly invaluable.
Some clients of WERL who have interfaces with the celebrants sent congratulatory messages to them. Seplat Petroleum Development Company PlC, a major client, through their Procurement Manager had this to say “Chinyere has shown professionalism in carrying out her job with Seplat over the years and we really appreciate her effort so far”.
Responding, Chinyere thanked everyone for the honour and eulogies bestowed on her. According to her, the support she enjoys from staff makes her job easy.
The celebrants thanked the MD for being a role model who has challenged them to hard work and attain greater heights in their career. They also thanked the Management of WERL for giving them the opportunity and support to serve the company as this has led to the successes they have achieved.
The event was concluded by the presentations of plaques and cheques to the celebrants, followed by the cutting of cake to commemorate the day.