Reps Demand 10-year Plan To Produce Electric Car

Reps Demand 10-year Plan To Produce Electric Car

1/27/2022 4:37:00 AM

Reps Demand 10-year Plan To Produce Electric Car

BY ADEBIYI ADEDAPO, Abuja House of Representatives has mandated its committees on Tertiary Education and Services, Land Transport, Environment and Science

BY ADEBIYI ADEDAPO, AbujaHouse of Representatives has mandated its committees on Tertiary Education and Services, Land Transport, Environment and Science and Technology to engage stakeholders to design a 10–Year Action Plan to improve the research capabilities of Nigeria’s tertiary institutions with the intent to improve the automobile industry.

This is just as the House urged the federal government to adequately fund Institutions involved in research in the production of electric and solar cars. At the same time enjoined the National Automotive Design and Development Council (NADDC) to design a workable plan on how to produce electric cars in commercial quantities in Nigeria, using homegrown human capital.

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ADVERTISEMENT BY ADEBIYI ADEDAPO, Abuja House of Representatives has mandated its committees on Tertiary Education and Services, Land Transport, Environment and Science and Technology to engage stakeholders to design a 10–Year Action Plan to improve the research capabilities of Nigeria’s tertiary institutions with the intent to improve the automobile industry. This is just as the House urged the federal government to adequately fund Institutions involved in research in the production of electric and solar cars. At the same time enjoined the National Automotive Design and Development Council (NADDC) to design a workable plan on how to produce electric cars in commercial quantities in Nigeria, using homegrown human capital. The chairman, House Committee on Defence, Babajimi Benson, on in a motion in Need to Increase Funding for Innovation and Technology in Tertiary Education, noted that the Faculty of Engineering, University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) recently unveiled its first five-seater electric car, Christened Lion Ozumba 551. ADVERTISEMENT In the same vein, the House mandated its Committee on Labour Employment and Productivity to develop a comprehensive industrial revolution template featuring both economic and social impact projections and report back within six weeks for further legislative action. The member representing Ahiazu/Ezinitte Federal Constituency of Imo state Hon. Chinedu Emeka Martins in a motion in the Urgent Need to Combat Unemployment and Social Vices through Establishment of Industries Across