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BPCL outlet inaugurated at Thahekhu

BPCL outlet inaugurated at Thahekhu
Proprietor of the fuel outlet along with his parents, village council members and staff during the inauguration of Jordan Service Station on Saturday.
Dimapur, Apr 13 (NPN) | Publish Date: 4/13/2019 12:19:51 PM IST

Jordan Service Station, an outlet of Bharat Petroleum was inaugurated by Tovishe Achumi, pastor, Thahekhu Village Baptist Church at Thahekhu village, Dimapur on Saturday. 

Speaking on the occasion, Y. Hewoto Awomi, former minister lauded the proprietor, Albert Y. Sumi for opening the fuel station at Thahekhu village and added that it was a step forward for the village in terms of development and economic advancement.

Stating that putting faith and determination into hard work always bring success, the former minister congratulated the proprietor for being able to establish a facility that is expected to provide quality and efficient service to customers. 

Proprietor, Albert Y. Sumi attributed his success to God, his family members for supporting him and BPCL for having faith on him.

The inauguration programme was attended by village council members, village elders, church leaders and well wishers besides officials from BPCL.

Kivigho Chishi, associate pastor, Thahekhu Village Baptist Church chaired the function. Arnold Y. Sumi proposed the vote of thanks and Vihoni Yeptho, associate pastor, Thahekhu Village Baptist Church pronounced benediction. 


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