Total Kenya has officially opened a service station in Kimende, the 184th in its retail network.
The opening of Kimende service station is in line with Total’s strategy to open up stations across the country by offering innovative products, creating greater convenience and providing a one-stop shop for the customers.
Total Kenya’s Managing Director Anne Solange said the oil marketer remains committed to bringing convenience to motorists. “Each of our service stations serves as a community hub providing a one stop shop to motorists by offering a wide range of products and services,” she said.
Speaking during the opening ceremony of Kimende station, the Kiambu Town Member of Parliament Jude Njonjo commended Total for opening up various stations across the country and creating jobs for the community.
The station spots a contemporary look that reflects the improved and distinct value-added service Total offers motorists across the country. The service station is run by a ‘Young Dealer’.
This is part of the Young Dealer Programme is an entrepreneurship initiative by Total that seeks to develop promising and diligent station employees by equipping them with technical skills and access to financing to grow into fully fledged business owners from entry level station employees.