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Jelani Aliu

3 Jul 2020
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, new-vehicle sales in sub-Saharan Africa, outside South Africa, can grow from about 100,000 to about two-million a year in the next 15 years – and this is a “very, very conservative” estimate
31 Jan 2020
Nigeria's automobile industry received a boost with over $1billion investments from renowned auto manufacturers in 2019, thereby lifting capacity to at least 408,870 vehicles yearly.

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The Presidential Candidate of the Labour Party, Mr Peter Obi, on Friday said the 2023 elections are about youths and they should seize the opportunity to make their mark.
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A few days before the 31st January, deadline, Kano State Government has urged the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to urgently consider the extension of the monetary policy.
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The Inspector General of Police, IGP Usman Alkali Baba, has tasked Police Mobile Force (PMF) Commanders to teach their men to be professional, firm and decisive while deployed for the 2023 General Elections security management.
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oraimo has once again reinforced its standing as the number 1 consumer electronics brand in Nigeria. From its recent Burna Boy brand ambassadorship deal to the introduction of its one-of-a-kind smart charging technology---Anifast, this brand has continuously dominated the market for all the right reasons.