Mikano Motors, a subsidiary of Mikano International Limited, said plans are in top gear for the commence sale of gas and electric cars in Nigeria soonest. However, the company wants the Federal Government to create the enabling environment and legal backing.
Similarly, it is seeking legislation that will protect local assemblers against importation that is taking chunks of the nation’s automotive market share, according to a recent statement by the company’s Public Relation Officer, David Fakuade. Mikano Motors’ General Manager, Mr. Ali Salman, was quoted in the statement to have said that Nigeria’s auto market would compete favourably with global brands if given the right support.
He said: “The Nigerian auto industry shall effectively compete in the entire African automobile market if the right policies are made by the government.” The automaker also celebrated the launch of its locally assembled Geely EC7 Sedan and Geely X7 Crossover into the Nigerian automotive market…
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