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Incorporated in Nigeria on the 8th of March, 2011,it is somewhat unbelievable that *Petrocam* Trading will leave most of its competitors in its trail but that appears the current situation .


This is because the indigenous Oil & Gas company primarily focused on the downstream sector which was in a chaotic state and needed a breath of fresh air at the time.

Taking its origin from PETROCAM TRADING (PTY) LTD, established in 2004 and based in

Johannesburg, South Africa with offices in Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, DR Congo and Senegal,the company came up with never before seen innovation ,first with its service stations aesthetic designs,state of the art Dispensing Pumps and above all,prompt and effective service delivery.


That dream is led by a visionary and experienced Oil & Gas expert, *Patrick Ilo*.


Petrocam Trading (Pty) Ltd specialises in emerging market trades with a particular focus on the African energy sector.

Petrocam Trading has in the last years developed invaluable and competitive experience in

operating in Nigeria and has cemented its ability to facilitate trade with fellow local marketers

and foreign suppliers by trading in Naira and US Dollars; providing clean products directly to the end user; and have since implemented sustainable capital investment projects within the



Petrocam trades in petroleum products in bulk and retail capacities; basically, Premium Motor Spirit

(PMS), Automotive Gas Oil (AGO), Base Oil, Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), Base Oil, Lubricants

and Grease.

With its client-centric approach and in order to increase its customer base, Petrocam has

widened its business by making petroleum products available and affordable to all end users especially in this period of subsidy removal by the Federal Government.


“Our products/service are unique in that we are always willing to meet the expectations of our

clients of varying status; down to the Grassroots most especially. We are always motivated to

serve our customers better as we ensure every customer gets value for money whilst ensuring

quality product and excellent service with our unique One-stop shop approach in our 47

outstanding Filling Stations and Gas plants” says a company spokesperson.

“Our policies are simple, efficient and sustainable. Basically, we ensure we are always wet on

products, operate with unwavery integrity, significant aesthetics to attract our customers,

commitment to the community and innovative in our approach to sales (having a one-stop shop

whereby you can buy PMS, AGO, LPG, Lubricant, Grease (EP2 & EP3) and Lube bay amongst other

services) under one roof. We have become a model that others in the business are currently adopting.Also we currenty have 35 outstanding Retail outlets where our products are sold strategically and

situated in various Local Government Areas of Lagos State, Ogun State and Oyo State while

already executing plans to extend our services to other states in the country.” “Also, we do Diesel

and Gas deliveries to Companies, Banks, Estates, hotels, schools e.t.c., using our peddlers and

bobtails respectively.

We also have Gas trucks (bridgers and bobtails of varying capacities) used for our LPG

distribution,” a statement reads.




“Our retail outlets are solar-powered and we currently have the largest solar-powered Filling

station in Africa with a capacity of 114.4Kwp. We are investing in Renewable energy for a

perfectly functional business environment that would keep us alive always considering the

incessant power challenge in the country. We are passionate about green energy because it is

safer, eco-friendly (No Carbon monoxide dissipated into the atmosphere) and reliable.

Petrocam is committed to quality product and service, ambience, integrity, credibility and

honesty as we would continue to respect al stakeholders.

Our customers shoud be rest assured of value for money as they continue to enjoy the Petrocam


In a bid to meet the demand of our growing customers; Petrocam has just birth a lubricant

blending plant located at Mowe Opposite the Redemption Camp Lagos/Ibadan Expressway, Ogun State;

as part of the company’s global strategy.

The state-of-the-art facility sits on approximately 1.452 hectares and includes a mini depot for

storage of various specifications of Base Oil and finished lube oils.

The new plant was built over 24months and designed to meet the highest quality, safety and

environmental standards. It also features a high degree of digitalization, automatic high-speed

filling and corrosion-resistant piping and tanks.

Our lubricant blending plant is the first of its kind; with a storage capacityof 1,680,000 litres

Raw Materials (Base Oil) storage tank, 30,000 litres blending kettles, 60,000 litres finished

product (Lubricant) tank. Also, it has a unique production and loading line with different tanks

that are independent of each other, hence, contamination/co-minging is avoided.

Unlike other Base Oil traders that import in vessels, we have a special way of importing various

specifications of Base Oil, packaged in Flexi Bags/tanks which can carry about 24,000 litres per

Bag. This strategy makes it easy for a seamless and hassle free Port challenges.

So far, we have imported about 5,000,000 litres of various specifications (SN 150, SN 500, SN

1200 and SN 900) of Base Oil within Four years of Base Oil trade.

However, we are looking at growing the business in larger capacity and in view of our ‘New baby’

–Petrocam lube blending plant.

The plant is equipped with a standard 8-Head Automatic Lube Filling Machine, a linear screw

capping machine, induction cap sealer and sticker labelling machine; which has been duly

inspected and approved by the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR).

The Lube Filling plant is a unique Allinone plant for quick and easy production.

Our registered brand name for our lubricant is “HYBRITE” and our Hybrite SAE 40 Motor Oil API

SD/CC and 20 W 50 is currently accepted in about Four (4) geographical regions of the country;

with plans to get it across other regions. It comes in various sizes of 4 litres keg and 1 litre keg.


Inorder to increase our customer base, Petrocam has widened its business by making petroleum

products available and affordable to all end users.



1. Petrocam, Orheptal Bus Stop, Along Lasu-Igando Road, Isheri, Lagos

2. Petrocam, By Ile-Epo Bus Stop, Egbe Road, Ejigbo, Lagos

3. Petrocam, By Alhaja Kudirat Adenekan (Now Canoe Road), Omoyele Close, Oke-Afa, Lagos

4. Petrocam, Ookonla, Along Lagos-Epe Road, Adjacent Lagos Business School, Sango-tedo, Lagos

5. Petrocam, By Elf Bus-Stop, Along Lagos-Epe Road, Lekki, Lagos

6. Petrocam, By Oreta Junction, Off Lagos-Epe Road, Epe, Lagos

7. Petrocam, Along Lagos-Abeokuta Road, By Pleasure Bus-Stop, Oke-Odo, Lagos

8. Petrocam, Along Gaskiya Road, Ijora-Badia, Lagos

9. Petrocam, Along Oshodi -Mile 2 Expressway, Itire, Mushin L.G.A., Lagos

10. Petrocam, Along Badagry Expressway, Along Old Ojo Road, Festac, Lagos

11. Petrocam, Along LASU/Igando Road, Idowu Egba, Igando Alimosho LGA Lagos

12. Petrocam, Along Liasu Road, Olutayo Adebayo Street, Egbe Town, Oshodi/Isolo L.G.A., Lagos

13. Petrocam, 81, Aakuko Road, By Caterpillar Bus-stop, Aagbado, Ifako/Ijaiye L.G.A., Lagos

14. Petrocam, Along Awolowo Way (Old Ota Road), Akeja, Ota, Ogun State

15. Petrocam, Along Ogolonto Road, Ikorodu, Lagos

16. Petrocam LPG plant, Along Km 41, LagosAbeokuta Expressway, Opposite Weigh Bridge, Ewekoro,

L.G.A., Ogun State.

17. Petrocam, Lusada town, off Oba Adesola Road by Ogun State Institute of Technology, Ogun State

18. Petrocam, Old Ife Road Opposite Airport Junction, Ibadan

19. Petrocam, Oremeji, Along Ogere IdiObi Road/Ajia Road, Off Lagos Ibadan Babanla Agugu, Ona Ara

LGA, Ibadan, Oyo State.

20. Petrocam Ijora II, 160 Gaskiya College Road, Ijora Badia, Lagos

21. Petrocam Filing Station Sanyo, Along Ibadan-Lagos Expressway, Academy Area, Oluyole L.G.A. Oyo


22. Petrocam, LPG Plant along Ashipa Road, Off Ayobo Road, Alimosho L.G.A., Lagos

23. Petrocam, LPG Plant, Along Km 41, LagosAbeokuta Expressway, Opposite Weighing Bridge,

Ewekoro, L.G.A., Ogun State.

24. Petrocam, Along Awolowo Way (Old Ota Road), Akeja, Ota, Ogun State

25. Petrocam LPG Plant Aong Lusada-Igbesa Road, Igbesa town, Ogun State

26. Petrocam LPG Plant, Along Idiroko Road, Atan Ota Town, AdoOdo (Ota LGA, Ogun State).

27. Petrocam LPG Plant, Northern Foreshore Estate, Chevron

28. Petrocam LPG plant, Along Idiroko Road, Oke Sango Ajilete Village Yewa South LGA Ogun State

29. Petrocam LPG Plant, Along Itele/Ota Road/Isokan Street, Itele Ado-Odo LGA Ogun State

30. Petrocam LPG Plant, along Lagos/Ibadan Expressway way, opposite The Redeemed camp, Loburo, Ogun State

31. Petrocam LPG Plant, Along Ketu/Ejinrin Road, Ejinrin Town, Epe LGA Lagos State.

32. Petrocam Erunmu LPG Plant, Along Iwo Road, Lalupon Town, Iyana Erunmu Lagelu L.G.A. Oyo State.

33. Petrocam Ajia LPG Plant, Along Odeyale Area, Off Akanran Road, Ibadan, Ona-Ara L.G.A. Oyo State.

34. Petrocam Olomi Academy LPG Pant, Along Olojuro/Aiyegun Road, Koti Area, Ibadan, Oluyole L.G.A.

Oyo State.

35. Petrocam Badagry LPG Plant, Along Iworo/Ajido Road, Aradagun Town, Via Badagry, Badagry L.G.A

Lagos State

36. Petrocam Agbofieti LPG Pant, At Edun Village, Agbofiati Area, Ibadan, Ido Local Government Area,

Oyo State

37. Petrocam Olodo LPG Plantb at Arubiewe Area Olodo Off Iwo Road, Ibadan Egbeda, Local Government

Area, Oyo State.

38. Petrocam Ago Iwoye LPG Pant, Along Oolo Road, Ago Iwoye, Ijebu North L.G.A., Ogun State

39. Petrocam Abeokuta LPG Plant, Irewami Community By Soyoye, Abeokuta, Ogun State

40. Petrocam Filing Station, Tollgate, Ogun State

41. Petrocam Filing Station, Oja-Oba, Ibadan, Oyo State

42. Petrocam Gas plant, Ojoo Ibadan

43.Petrocam Gas plant Olodo Ibadan

44. Petrocam Filing Station, Opposite Redemption City, Along Lagos Ibadan Expressway, Ogun State

45. Petrocam Gas plant, Ijebu Igbo, Ogun State

46. Petrocam Gas plant, Sagamu Interchange, Ogun State

47. Petrocam Gas plant, Ijoko, Ogun State

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Baba Adinni and Iya Adinni: Harmony Gardens Chairman and Wife Inducted into Spiritual Roles



In a momentous occasion of spiritual significance and community recognition, the Chairman of Harmony Gardens and Estates Development LTD, Hon. Dr. Saheed Audullahi Mosadoluwa, popularly known as Mr. Ibile, and his wife, Hadjia Aishat Adebimpe, were recently installed with revered titles at an event hosted by the Al-Irshad Islamic Foundation.


Hon Saheed Mosadoluwa Ibile inaugurated a multi-billion naira ultra-modern Central Mosque at Ibeju-Lekki immidiately after he got recognized by the West Africa Islamic Council as the AL Mujaddid in Rabbat, Morocco.


According to popular Muslim tradition, the term refers to an individual who emerges at the turn of each century in the Islamic calendar to rejuvenate Islam, purging it of extraneous elements and restoring it to its original purity. In contemporary times, a mujaddid is regarded as the preeminent Muslim figure of a century.


The concept of Mujaddid is based on a hadith (a saying of Islamic prophet Muhammad), recorded by Abu Dawood, narrated by Abu Hurairah who mentioned that Muhammad said:


Allah will raise Mujaddid for this community at the end of every 100 years the one who will renovate its religion for it.


Recall that in a grand ceremony attended by distinguished personalities and spiritual leaders, Hon Saheed Audullahi Mosadoluwa, Chairman and CEO of Harmony Gardens and Estates Development LTD, officially commissioned and handed over a state-of-the-art central mosque in Ibeju-Lekki, Lagos State, on Friday, January 19th, 2024.


The auspicious event witnessed the presence of esteemed religious leaders, including Sheik Semiu .A. Opeloyeru, The Grand Chief Imam and General President of the League of Imam and Alfa in Ibeju-Lekki L.G.A. The ceremony commenced with the arrival of Sheik Semiu .A. Opeloyeru, setting the tone for a day of spiritual significance and community celebration.


Representing the executive governor of Lagos State, His Excellency Babajide Sanwoolu, was Hon. Ahmed Abdulai Jembe, the Special Adviser on Islamic Affairs to the governor, graced the ceremony. The Onibeju in attendance emphasizing the significance of the event in the cultural and traditional context.


The event saw the attendance of various traditional rulers, highlighting the communal and inclusive nature of the mosque inauguration. Notably, the newly appointed Lagos NURTW Chairman, Mustapha Sego, drew attention as his presence added an extra layer of recognition to the occasion.


However, the prestigious ceremony, held at Monarch Hall in Osapa London Lekki, Lagos State, saw Hon. Dr. Saheed Audullahi Mosadoluwa bestowed with the title of Baba Adinni, signifying a revered position within the religious community. His wife, Hadjia Aishat Adebimpe, was similarly honored as Iya Adinni, a title of great respect and responsibility.


The Al-Irshad Islamic Foundation, under the guidance of its founder Sheik Rasheed Adeleke, who is also the owner of Al-Irshad Travel and Tours, organized the event as a Pre-Ramadan lecture, award ceremony, and Turbaning ceremony. The atmosphere was filled with spiritual fervor and communal joy as community members gathered to witness the momentous occasion.


Notably, Abu Abel and other prominent figures, was also present at the event, adding to the significance of the gathering. The ceremony, held on Sunday, February 25th, 2024, brought together individuals from diverse backgrounds to celebrate the exemplary contributions of Hon. Dr. Saheed Audullahi Mosadoluwa and his wife to both the community and the Islamic faith.


The Turbaning ceremony, a traditional rite of passage within the Islamic community, symbolizes a deep connection with cultural heritage and spiritual leadership. The titles of Baba Adinni and Iya Adinni carry great responsibilities, signifying the honorees’ commitment to serving the community and upholding the values of the Islamic faith.


As the community celebrates this significant event, the installation of Hon. Dr. Saheed Audullahi Mosadoluwa and Hadjia Aishat Adebimpe as Baba Adinni and Iya Adinni reflects their exemplary leadership and commitment to the principles of Harmony Gardens and Estate Development LTD. The event serves as a beacon of unity, spirituality, and communal recognition within the Osapa London in Lekki community.

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Squad Powers OmniPay’s Trade Business to Simplify Payments for FMCG Industry



In a strategic move aimed at furthering its mission to empower African traders with the necessary payment solutions for thriving in the digital era, Squad, a fintech subsidiary of Guaranty Trust Holding Company Plc (GTCO), offering comprehensive payment and e-commerce solutions for businesses, has entered a partnership with OmniPay, a subsidiary of OmniRetail Inc.


This collaboration has currently benefited more than 65,000 stakeholders, which include retailers, distributors, and manufacturers through improved payment and collection methods using Squad’s Virtual Bank Account without incurring any charges. Additionally, they have gained more accessible and affordable working capital to procure goods on credit for their businesses, contributing to the daily transaction volume exceeding N3 billion, and this figure continues to grow.


Adeyemi Atanda, the Chief Marketing Officer, Squad, shared insights on the partnership’s significance, emphasizing, “At Squad, our mission revolves around providing African businesses with the right solutions for effortless payment processes, available at their convenience. We understand the pivotal role small businesses play in our economy. Through strategic alliances like this, we aim to empower even more merchants by granting them access to rapid, user-friendly, and dependable payment solutions that optimize their business operations and, in turn, boost their revenue.”


Deepankar Rustagi, CEO of OmniRetail stated, “As we join forces with Squad, we are driven by our shared vision of transforming the digital payment landscape for African businesses. With OmniPay, businesses will gain improved payment methods with zero transfer fees, while retailers and distributors will have easier access to OmniPay’s BNPL (Buy Now Pay Later) solution. This partnership aims to empower businesses, streamline payment processes, and enhance record-keeping accuracy through automated reconciliation for orders. This partnership reinforces OmniRetail’s commitment to innovation and financial inclusion.”


About Squad


Squad is a complete payment solution that is reliable, secure, and affordable, making receiving in-person and online payments simple and convenient.


Our goal is to support SMEs, micro-merchants, large corporations, and other fintechs (Tech Stars) with the tools they need to thrive in an evolving digital economy and expand beyond their current market reach.


Squad’s current products and service offerings include SquadPOS, Squad Payment Links, Squad Virtual Accounts, USSD, and E-Commerce Storefront.


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About OmniPay


OmniPay, a subsidiary of OmniRetail Inc., is a company with a mission to simplify payments in Nigeria and provide working capital to trade businesses. OmniPay provides an API-based wallet built to simplify trade payments.

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