Automotive Development Council Launches 2,322 Gas-Powered Made-In-Nigeria Buses

Posted by Timige, On 13 Jun, 2022 | Updated On 13 Jun, 2022 No Comments »



Jelani-Aliyu
NADDC has launched 2,322 gas-powered Made-in-Nigeria buses and Road Transport Employers Association of Nigeria (RTEAN) has bought 774 of them

National Automotive Design and Development Council (NADDC), has launched 2,322 gas-powered Made-in-Nigeria buses. The buses were bought by the Road Transport Employers Association of Nigeria (RTEAN) to be given to the 774 local government areas in the country

The Director-General, Jelani Aliyu, while launching the buses today, June 11, said:”it s very exciting to see that all the vehicles were built in Nigeria by an indigenous company.

”I hereby congratulate the Executive National Chairman of RTEAN, Alhaji Musa Maitakobi, for the commitment to buy the Nigerian built OMAA vehicles.”

Aliyu called on all transport associations in the country to emulate the RTEAN and key into the National Gas Expansion Programme, by patronising Made-in-Nigeria Gas Powered Vehicles.

“What was witnessed was a testimony to the fact that the implementation of the National Automotive Industry Development Plan (NAIDP) by the NADDC is yielding results.

”The CNG powered vehicles produced locally by OMAA Motors, will make transportation cheaper for the commuters and also save lives and protect the environment because it is a cleaner fuel compared to petrol and diesel.

National Automotive Design and Development Council (NADDC), has launched 2,322 gas-powered Made-in-Nigeria buses. The buses were bought by the Road Transport Employers Association of Nigeria (RTEAN) to be given to the 774 local government areas in the country

The Director-General, Jelani Aliyu, while launching the buses today, June 11, said:”it s very exciting to see that all the vehicles were built in Nigeria by an indigenous company.

“I hereby congratulate the Executive National Chairman of RTEAN, Alhaji Musa Maitakobi, for the commitment to buy the Nigerian built OMAA vehicles.”

Aliyu called on all transport associations in the country to emulate the RTEAN and key into the National Gas Expansion Programme, by patronising Made-in-Nigeria Gas Powered Vehicles.

“What was witnessed was a testimony to the fact that the implementation of the National Automotive Industry Development Plan (NAIDP) by the NADDC is yielding results.”

The CNG powered vehicles produced locally by OMAA Motors, will make transportation cheaper for the commuters and also save lives and protect the environment because it is a cleaner fuel compared to petrol and diesel.

Source: Green Barge Report

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