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More Stakeholders Rally Support for Auto Industry Summit as Momentum Gathers

  • Globe Motors to showcase locally-assembled Mobile Cooling Van 
  • Kia, Coscharis, Stallion, Globe Motors, Ineh-Mic, Suzuki, RT Briscoe, TNL, Weststar, Honda, Others Key into Maiden Event

As momentum gathers for the maiden edition of the Nigeria Auto Industry Summit (NAISU) scheduled to hold at Radisson Lagos, GRA Ikeja, on June 27, 2024, more stakeholders in the automotive sector have expressed their support for the event. 

Already, Coscharis Motors, Kia Nigeria, Stallion Motors, Globe Motors, Ineh-Mic Motors, Suzuki By CFAO, RT Briscoe, Toyota Nigeria Limited (TNL), Weststar Associates Limited and Honda Automobile Western Africa Limited (HAWA) are among the many leading stakeholders already committed to the success of the maiden event with full support.

The event, being organized by the Nigeria Auto Journalists Association (NAJA) in partnership with the National Automotive Design and Development Council (NADDC), continues to excite stakeholders with preparations getting to the advanced stage, as Globe Motors, Kia Motors, Jet Motors, Coscharis Motors are expected to showcase locally-assembled vehicles at the summit, which aims to proffer solutions to the challenges being faced by stakeholders.

The Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Mr. Bashir Adewale Adeniyi  is also expected to address the myriad of challenges facing local automobile makers at the summit in order to boost  the confidence of stakeholders in the process of clearing  the imported kits used by local auto assemblers.

Envisioned as an annual flagship event of the country’s automotive industry to rally all stakeholders together in addressing the challenges facing them, the auto industry summit will recommend practical solutions to the government through a communiqué at the end of the event  in order to fully  explore the great potential in the automotive sector for national development .

Expected to be declared open by the Minister of Industries, Trade and investment, Dr. Doris Uzoka-Anite, summit, which has as theme, ,]Reviving Nigeria’s Economy through the Automotive Sector, will have the NADDC Director General, Mr. Joseph Osannipin, as the Chief Host.

The NADDC boss is expected to be supported at the summit by members of the Nigeria Association of Automotive Manufacturers (NAMA) as well as leading stakeholders across Nigeria.

Commenting on the importance of the summit for the development of the country’s automotive sector, Chairman, organizing committee of NAISU, Femi Owoeye, said, “Initiating this summit is vital, especially at this moment in history, when Nigeria is struggling to map its way out of the prevailing global economic despair. Being one of the drivers of the global


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