Nigerian government Unveils The Use Of Gas-Powered Vehicles On Nigerian Roads
The Nigerian government has unveiled an initiative to encourage the use of gas-powered vehicles on roads as part of measures to reduce emissions from petrol-powered automobiles.
The new set of vehicles unveiled at the IVM factory in Nnewi, Anambra state, last week will specifically run on Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and compressed natural gas (CNG).
President of the manufacturers association of Nigeria (MAN), Otunba Francis Meshioye, unveiled the vehicles.
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The head of corporate communications at IVM Innoson group, Cornel Csigwe, said the unique feature of the new set of vehicles is the ability to make use of CNG which is more affordable than diesel and petrol.
The president of man, Meshioye, said the new vehicles represent great advancement in the manufacturing industry and indeed the pride of Nigeria and Africa.