Oyo Govt launch low cost Transport system for masses in Ibadan


The federal government, Oyo government and Vasco Technology Solutions Limited, popularly known as Africar, have launched a low cost transportation system for masses in Ibadan, the Oyo state capital, towards making lives more meaningful for residents of the city.

The official launch of the new ride-hailing service, with no fewer than 115 Bajaj Qute, was introduced to the Nigerian market by Africar, in partnership with National Automotive Design and Development Council (NADDC).

The 115 Bajaj Qute car is assembled in Nigeria by Nigerians to support low cost and affordable transportation for the masses.

Speaking during the launching, the Director General of the NADDC, Jelani Aliyu, said the launching of the mini-buses, which is of international standards, is therefore a step in the right direction.

Aliyu, represented by the Director, Industrial Infrastructure Department, Dr. Nua Omisanya, said the council has worked tirelessly to ensure the survival and growth of the Nigerian automotive industry, with a view to enhancing the industry’s contribution to the national economy.

According to him, the newly introduced mode of transportation will enhance basic mobility for all, including visitors, easing mobility for students, workers and communities from various suburban areas to the city centre.

He added: “NADDC continues its unwavering dedication to the support of local automotive production, and also continues to promote some of the latest technologies being developed.”

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