Nigeria Set to Commence Local Automobile Production, Says Minister

Nigeria is poised to kickstart local automobile manufacturing operations before the year’s end, according to Doris Uzoka-Anite, the Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment.
Speaking at a gathering of the African Association of Automotive Manufacturers and the Nigerian Automotive Manufacturers Association in Abuja, Uzoka-Anite affirmed the availability of funds to bolster the nation’s automotive industry, facilitating local production.
Highlighting the importance of sourcing materials domestically for made-in-Nigeria vehicles, the minister urged all stakeholders within the automobile ecosystem to align with the Nigerian Automotive Development Policy.
This call to action extends to manufacturers, dealers, regulatory bodies, and other industry players, emphasizing their role in driving economic growth through the automotive sector.
The African Association of Automotive Manufacturers, an organization committed to advancing the automotive industry’s industrialization and development across Africa, served as the platform for this announcement.
Based in Johannesburg, South Africa, the association caters to a wide spectrum of automotive industry stakeholders, including manufacturers, investors, and policymakers.
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