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Roll Call at 2015 Abuja Motor Show

[dropcap]A[/dropcap]lthough boycotted by major auto franchise dealers and assemblers, this year’s Abuja Motor Fair holding at the Eagle Square of the nation’s federal capital, Abuja is being attended by 18 exhibitors from the automobile and allied industries…

1.     Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing Company Limited
2.     Perfection Motors Company Limited
3.     Kewalram Nigeria Limited
4.     Koncept Auto Centre
5.     Leyland Motor Company Limited
6.     Transit Support Service
7.    Starsew Nigeria Limited.
8.     CFAO Motors
9.     Toyota Nigeria Limited
10.                        PAN Nigeria
11.                        Briscoe Ford Motors
12.                        Dana Motors
13.                        CIG Motors Limited
14.                        C & I Motors Limited
15.                        Leventis Motors
16.                        Mobil Oil Nigeria Plc
17.                        Ammasco International limited,
18.                        Cheki.com.ng
19.                        National Automotive Design and Development Council [NADDC].

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