Confab to restore investors’ confidence in industry

Orji Uzor Kalu


The need to restore investors’ confidence in Nigeria’s automobile industry, among other economic and business issues will take centre stage at the maiden Nigeria Annual Automobile Award (NAAA) pre-award conference organized by Automobile Search Nigeria Limited.

The conference hopes to bring together experienced industry players to discuss trends and immense investment benefits to prospective investors in the haulage and transport business.

Publisher of Autosearch Magazine, Ifeanyi Obasi, in a statement, said the conference schedule for December 2, in Lagos would among other areas touch on putting the needed smiles on the faces of investors in the transport/logistic sector to be presented by Kamalendu Ghosh, general manager, Dangote Transport (cement).

Other issues to be discussed include the development of automobile technology in Nigeria, prospects and challenges; ember months and road safety; how to maintain a commercial vehicle and drive it beyond one million kilometres, to be delivered by Omofonmwan Godwin Osaro, associate professor, Industrial Technology Education, University of Benin; Olusegun Akinyemi of Nigeria road safety, and Godfrey Abein.

Orji Uzor Kalu, former governor of Abia State, Nyerere Anyim, commissioner, PENCOM, are expected to be special guests of honour.Obasi observed that Autosearch Magazine had for close to a decade provided critical information to Nigeria’s automobile buyers/enthusiasts, exciting motor vehicle news, latest industry trends, and maintenance advice/guide.

The magazine is there to ensure that Nigerians drive their vehicles more and spend less by transferring knowledge about automobile technology to vehicle owners and users, he said.

He called on stakeholders to join members of the automobile industry, manufacturers, dealers, engineers, technicians, editors to appreciate quality strides and excellence in the motor vehicle and related businesses in Nigeria.

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