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FRSC Corps Marshal for 2016 NAJA Awards

[dropcap]B[/dropcap]oboye Oyeyemi, Corp Marshal, Federal Roads Safety Corps (FRSC) and Prince Anofi Elegushi, Acting Commissioner for Transportation will be special guests of honour at this year’s edition of Nigeria Auto Journalists Awards, which takes place tomorrow inside the Eko Hotel & Suites.

Dr. Boboye Oyeyemi, Corps Marshal, FRSC
Dr. Boboye Oyeyemi, Corps Marshal, FRSC

During the event, awards will be given to outstanding stakeholders in the Nigerian automobile industry including personalities that have helped in shaping the sector.

This year’s award is coming at a time of economic recession, when the country’s auto sector is witnessing a great decline both in terms of volume of imports and actual sales.

A posthumous award will also be given to late Arthur Madueke, the former executive director the Nigerian Automotive Manufacturers Association (NAMA).

With about 22 different categories of awards to be picked, some of the awards to be given out during the night include Car-Of-The-Year (COTY) Awards, Truck-Of-The-Year, CEO-Of-The-Year, Mini- Bus of the year and Auto Personality of the Year amongst others.

 

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