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IKA Germany Appoints Auto Report Africa as Authorized GeBe Trader and Agent for West Africa

IKA Germany (IKA Industrie- und Kraftfahrzeugausrüstung GmbH), a leading global player in the automotive aftermarket spare parts supplies with customers in over 70 countries across five continents, has appointed the Pan-Africa automotive media agency , Auto Report Africa, as an Authorized GeBe Trader and its Agent for Nigeria and Ghana with oversight for the rest of West Africa. The appointment is part of ...

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Nigeria’s Forte Oil in Talks on Refinery Deal to Boost Capacity

Nigeria’s Forte Oil said on Friday it was in talks with a major refinery to form a strategic partnership for local refining of petroleum products in Africa’s top oil exporter, its chief executive said. Nigeria has been pushing to refurbish its decrepit refineries, as the country is still mainly dependent on exporting crude oil for imports of refined products. It ...

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“Why We Remain Number One Brand in Nigeria”-Toyota Nigeria

Toyota Nigeria Limited has attributed its brand’s consistent leadership position in the Nigerian automobile market to its unrelenting commitment to excellent customer satisfaction and after sales service delivery. The company’s Public Relations and Advert Manager, Mrs Bukunola Ogunnusi made the assertion recently in her response to Outstanding Auto Brand-of-The-Year award bestowed on Toyota by marketing Edge, a Nigerian leading marketing ...

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Tin-Can Port revenue up in spite of low cargo traffic

Comptroller Yusuf Bashar, the Area Controller in Tin-Can Island Customs Command, said on Thursday that training and re-training of Customs personnel had resulted to high revenue in spite of low volume of cargo traffic. Bashar said this in Lagos while declaring open a training session in preparation for the advance stage of automation of Nigeria Integrated Customs Information System 11 ...

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Nigerian Churches, Mosques, Mechanics, Others, Get Quit Notice from Lagos Bridge

The Lagos State Government, on Monday gave 48 hours to people trading, operating  or living under and around Obalende flyover to quit. The Chairman of Lagos State Taskforce on Environment, SP Olayinka Egbeyemi, gave the order when he visited the area to intimate the people of the government’s plan to demolish illegal structures within the vicinity. Egbeyemi said that the ...

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NNPC Clarifies Remittance of $231.8 Million

Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)  has  said the nation’s apex bank (Central Bank of Nigeria) was supervising the remittance of funds to the government totalling $231.8 million from Diamond Bank, Skye Bank and Keystone Bank. According to NNPC spokesman Ndu Ughamadu, who made the clarification on Friday, commercial banks collect grants, taxes, fees and tariffs on behalf of the government ...

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Kia Partners Stanbic IBTC on Auto Finance Scheme

Kia Motors Nigeria partnered Stanbic IBTC bank to overcome liquidity crunch and excess documentation requirements to become a car owner in Nigeria. The finance scheme tagged ‘Drive Your Dream, Pay at Your Pace’ is in a bid to help people drive home their dream car despite the uncertainty rocking the Nigerian economy occasioned by the instability in the inflation and ...

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Lagos to Launch World Class Ikeja Bus Terminal

Governor Akinwunmi Ambode is set to launch in Ikeja, capital of Lagos state a world class  Bus Terminal, first of its type in Nigeria The  Ikeja Bus Terminal was  developed by the State government  as part of the infrastructures for the Lagos Bus Reforms Project. It will serve as the hub of all transport activities within the Ikeja Zone, serving ...

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Diesel Price Crashes by 42 per cent in Nigeria

The Nigerian National petroleum Corporation (NNPC) said that diesel price nationwide crashed by 42 per cent due to strategic intervention by the Corporation to sustain supply of the product. The Corporation in its May report released in Abuja, on Thursday said the move helped to stop unpleasant experience witnessed in the first quarter of 2017. It said that the retail ...

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Apology to Our Readers

Management of Motoring World wish to apologize to our subscribers, stakeholders and general reading public over erratic performance of our website in the past one week. It has been due to technical undoing experienced with our former hosting company, ipage. Our hosting contract with the company has been cancelled. We, therefore, wish to assure our general reading public that we ...

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