Accra, Ghana, February 03, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- GhanaXFT, today launches a comprehensive training program for distributors and users of Syntek XFT in Ghana and throughout Africa.
In recent months, the average cost of fuel in Africa has risen dramatically, peaking in Ghana at $2 USD per liter or about $8 USD a Gallon. Compounding the cost problem has been an influx of substandard fuel quality flooding the marketplace. The net result has been a wide pandemic of poorly running vehicles.
XFT Ghana is a business based in Accra the capital of Ghana, with branches in the U.S. and Canada. Its purpose is to market a fuel additive, XFT, specifically designed for the African marketplace, taking into account the unique concerns of both the Africa consumer and the poor quality of the African fuel.
“In a continent where Oil and Gas are one of the financial cornerstones of many Africa nations, it is almost inconceivable to see that the price is so high and the quality is so low,” states John Graham, GhanaXFT President. “When we first opened up operations in Ghana we did not expect the need to improve fuel quality to be such a dominant issue. Therefore we have launched the GhanaXFT S.U.C.C.E.S.S Training Program.”
The S.U.C.C.E.S.S training program is a comprehensive one that teaches the many tens of thousands of users of XFT in Ghana and many tens of thousands more throughout Africa how to best use XFT to clean their fuel, obtain greater fuel consumption results and reduce engine wear and associated costs. The training sessions start Feb 14th and run daily online from 5 PM to 8 PM G.M.T.
GhanaXFT is a direct response to the fuel crisis, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa. Its office in Accra acts as the distribution and consumer training hub for all of Ghana and Africa. GhanaXFT and Team SyntekLife are the original XFT supplier and facilitator in Africa.