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Shell Gabon Employees Honored

Saturday, October 19, at the Beach Club of Libreville, under the direction of the Ministry of Economy, Employment and Sustainable Development, the President Directeur General (PDG) of Shell Gabon and in the presence of the Governor of the Ogooue Maritime province, the Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to Gabon, local authorities of the Department of Ndougou, and members of Shell Gabon Board of Directors, 205 Shell Gabon employees from Rabi, Toucan, Koula Libreville, Port-Gentil and Gamba, received long service awards in the presence of their families.
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Opening the evening, the PDG congratulated all the recipients for their "many years of work and loyalty to the Shell Group”. He then invited them to "work harder in order for Shell Gabon to be the most competitive and innovative energy partner for Gabon”.

Following PDG’s speech, Hamidou Okaba, representing the Minister of Economy , Employment and Sustainable Development , congratulated the employees for their achievements and  reminded them that " the long service award rewards worker's length of service in a company. By receiving the medal, you also to become a model for the younger ones”.

After the usual speeches, the awards for 10, 20 and 30 years were given by representatives of the Ministry of Economy , Employment and Sustainable Development and thereafter long service awards for 10 to 35 years service in Shell were awarded by the PDG, Godson Njoku, members of the Leadership Team, and Shell board members.

The duo of Gildas Mayoukou and MC Ericsson, masters of ceremony on that occasion directed the entertainment and activity of the evening with the performance of many local artists. The Shell Gabon Long Service awards ceremony ended with the cutting and sharing of an impressive Tanker shaped celebration cake followed by an all evening dance party.

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Contact: shellgabon@shell.com

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