Nigeria missing out in global race for electric vehicles
Electric vehicles are a novel and eco-friendly technology designed to reduce man’s dependence on fossil fuel, and potentially a threat to the conventional fuel car market.
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...
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…
Transport fares spike as Lagos traffic worsens
The agony of living in Lagos appears to have doubled for many residents of the State due to the deplorable state of the road network.
Federal Government seeks tricycle factory in Nigeria
The Federal Government has urged Simba Group, an Indian firm, to fast track arrangement towards establishing tricycle factory, popularly called ‘Keke Napep’ in the country.
Europeans face crisis with EV
Europe’s automakers arrived at the Frankfurt auto show armed with a raft of new electric vehicles (EV) and a message to deliver to policymakers: These cars will not solve the climate crisis alone.
‘Automated train ticketing to generate N16 billion in 10 years’
The Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission (ICRC), has said the sales of train service ticket via the automated ticketing platform could generate N16 billion in 10 years.
Fresh hope for Apapa as FG links rail to port by December
Perennial congestion of roads inward Apapa port may find a lasting solution by December when the Federal Government completes the Lagos-Ibadan rail line extension into the port.