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Hero Motocorp flags-off motorcycle campaign

By Benjamin Alade
17 December 2021   |   2:40 am
The campaign invites customers and enthusiasts to participate and attempt to cover the distance of 25,000 kilometers in 60 days on the Hero Hunter motorcycle.

Hero MotoCorp has launched ‘Super Oga’, a first of its kind motorcycle campaign in Nigeria.

The campaign invites customers and enthusiasts to participate and attempt to cover the distance of 25,000 kilometers in 60 days on the Hero Hunter motorcycle.

The first two riders, in each state, to achieve this milestone will receive four new Hero Hunter motorcycles and wear the ‘Super Oga’ crown.

The campaign will be hosted in five states of Nigeria including Oyo, Ondo, Ekiti, Kwara and Gombe with 20 contestants per state. Each participant will be assigned the company’s flagship motorcycle, the Hero Hunter. Participants will have to ride around the state daily, following a specific route guide.

The diversified Kewalram Chanrai Group is the exclusive distributor of Hero MotoCorp in Nigeria. With its extensive experience in the automotive sector spanning several decades, the Group will play an integral role in Hero MotoCorp’s growth plans in Nigeria.

Head, Global Business, Hero MotoCorp, Sanjay Bhan, said: “Hero MotoCorp follows a customer first approach. The launch of ‘Super Oga’ showcases our customer-focus and through this unique initiative, we aim to support the commercial motorcycle riders in the country.

“We are happy to bring our global products and services to customers in Nigeria. The Hero Hunter has been developed especially for the Nigerian market showcasing our commitment to the country. Nigeria is a key market for us and central to our growth plans in the region.”

Super Oga commences from December 11 and top riders will be announced in February 2022. Each Hunter bike will be fitted with a GPS device to capture real time information on distance and location of the riders. To be eligible to participate, prospective riders must be a member of a two-wheeler association with proof of membership card; own a bike with minimum 5 years’ experience; and be between the ages of 25 – 35 years.