‘Seun Ibukun-Oni, Abuja


DAILY COURIER – As controversy trails the subsidy removal, an indigenous motor manufacturing company EMVC has unveiled electric vehicle to ease transport bottlenecks across the country.

Present at the unveiling yesterday, June 6, 2023 were the Vice President of Nigeria, H.E Kashim Shettima and H.E. Executive Governor of Kwara State Gov AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq among others.

The Vice President who was highly impressed with EMVC’s electric vehicles during the unveiling ceremony acknowledged the importance of embracing sustainable transportation solutions to combat rising fuel prices and reduce carbon emissions. He commended Prince Mustapha Mona Audu for his visionary leadership and commitment to driving Nigeria towards a greener future.

He also assured Nigerians of the Administration’s intentions to include young competent leaders in leadership positions.

Gov AbdulRazaq expressed his pride in the visionary entrepreneur and other young Nigerians in different sectors who are distinguishing themselves.

Prince Audu, founder of the Electric Motor Vehicle Company (EMVC), during the groundbreaking announcement and unveiling of his electric motor vehicles showcased his innovative creations, marking a significant milestone in Nigeria’s transportation sector.

Prince Audu, known for his passion for technological advancements and commitment to fostering sustainable solutions, expressed his excitement and pride in presenting the “Made in Nigeria” electric vehicles, which he believes will serve as a viable alternative to conventional modes of transportation, particularly in light of recent developments such as the removal of fuel subsidies and the surge in petroleum prices. In his own words, he said, “we have created the solution to Nigeria’s Subsidy Removal issues and we stand ready to support the Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu Administration by providing functional, effective and beneficial solutions to ease the problems.These solutions provide additional benefits such as job creation, technology transfer, youth empowerment, wealth creation, reduction in foreign currency demand, reduction of carbon footprint and carbon emissions, access to green funding, meeting Nigeria’s 2060 commitment to Net Zero emissions, saving our planet and so much more”.

The unveiling of EMVC’s electric vehicles has sparked great interest and enthusiasm among Nigerians who are seeking for sustainable transportation options. These vehicles are expected to contribute significantly to reducing the country’s dependence on fossil fuels and mitigating the environmental impact of traditional gasoline-powered cars.

Prince Audu’s EMVC has been at the forefront of electric vehicle research and development in Nigeria, investing heavily in cutting-edge technology and sustainable manufacturing practices. The company aims to revolutionize the transportation landscape by providing Nigerians with affordable and environmentally friendly electric vehicles.

With the support of key stakeholders and the government, EMVC’s electric vehicles are expected to gain rapid adoption throughout the country. This innovative move holds the potential to create job opportunities, stimulate economic growth, and establish Nigeria as a leading hub for electric vehicle manufacturing and technology in Africa.

As the nation looks towards a more sustainable future, Prince Audu and his Electric Motor Vehicle Company are poised to play a pivotal role in reshaping Nigeria’s transportation landscape, offering a greener and more cost-effective alternative to conventional vehicles. The unveiling of EMVC’s electric vehicles marks a significant milestone in the journey towards a cleaner, more sustainable Nigeria.