Total Malawi reveals new Lake Road station
Total Malawi has unveiled the new face of its Total Lake Road service station. Initially opened in 1963, the station has received a facelift that fits it into the 21st Century and Total's current visual identity.
Speaking at the opening ceremony held in Zomba on 9th April, Total Malawi MD Salamata Ball expressed delight in the current iteration of the station and offered gratitude to all involved in the project.
"I wish to seize this opportunity to especially thank the Zomba City Council for accepting to host our site and for all the measures taken to facilitate its establishment and, certainly, its future activities," she said.
In his turn, the dealer for the station Mr McChancy Mkamanga expressed gratitude to Total Malawi for believing and supporting his vision for a modern and state of the art Lake Road service station.
The event was graced with the presence of the Zomba City Mayor, a representative from the Malawi Defense Force and the Acting Chief Executive Officer of the Zomba City Council.
In picture: Zomba City Mayor His Worship Benson Bullah (left) cuts the ribbon with Total Malawi's Managing Director Salamata Ball (middle) and the Dealer for the Total Zomba Service Station Mr McChancy Mkamanga and his family