Stakeholders in the automobile industry have applauded the current administration over the border closure, saying it has given new cars an upsurge in patronage.
Rail system will serve as alternative to road transport, says National Assembly
Lawmakers at the National Assembly have commended the government for its revolutionary drive in railway sector as they hoped that the Lagos-Ibadan standard gauge rail line project would be commissioned in April 2020.
‘Decongestion of Apapa ports will reduce gridlock’
The executive order on the Apapa Road may not be enough to address the traffic problem in that axis without the appropriate measures being put in place.
FRSC clarifies position on use of Google map
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has clarified it’s position on the use of Google Maps, saying that the Sector Commander, Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Corps Commander Wobin Ayuba Gora was quoted out of context on the use of Google Maps app while driving.
Manufacturers take latest developments in EV to Los Angeles auto show
Two and a half centuries after Benjamin Franklin famously flew his kite to better understand electricity; the mainstream auto industry is getting on board with the idea of ditching gasoline and going electric.
Stakeholders urge speedy review of automotive sector plans
Relevant stakeholders in the automobile sector have sustained calls on the Federal Government for a speedy review of the proposed National Automotive Industry Development Plan (NAIDP) bill.
Arbitrary customs duties negate WTO rules, threaten auto industry
The recent closure of vehicle dealerships across Nigeria has unearthed disturbing information that the Nigeria Customs Service may have contrived its own import trade Duties outside the rules established by the World Trade Organisation (WTO) that are binding on the country.
Nigeria, China to repair faulty new terminals with extra N140.8b
The delay in the completion of Chinese new terminals at Lagos and Kano airports has been blamed on faulty layout that will cost both Nigeria...
Russia to support Lagos-Calabar rail project
Russian Government has agreed to support development of Nigeria’s rail infrastructure by constructing 1,400 kilometres track from Lagos to the South-South city of Calabar.
West Africa Automotive Show anticipates huge visitor numbers for launch
New international trade show opens on November 6th with 100 exhibitors West Africa Automotive Show (WAAS), a new international trade exhibition, is expecting more than 3,000 attendees from the automotive maintenance and repair sector. Running from November 6th to 8th at the Landmark Centre on Victoria Island, Lagos, WAAS is free to attend and will…