NITT To Produce Nigeria’s First Electric Car
The Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology (NITT) has set up a project team to develop an electric car
Chairman of the NITT Governing Council, Olorogun-John Inojeharho said that the project is aimed at reducing emissions
The organization plans to develop a prototype of the electric vehicle and promote it in the Nigerian automobile industry
The Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology (NITT) has set up a team of 22 members to develop an electric car.
The news was passed by the Chairman of the NITT Governing Council, Olorogun-John Inojeharho while inaugurating the team in Zaria on Thursday.
According to Olorogun-John Inojeharho, the project is aimed at reducing emissions and pollution in the country.
The setting up of this project team follows directives that were put in place by Nigeria’s Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi in 2019.
Mr. Inojeharho encouraged the team to put in their best to ensure that the faith put in them is justified.
Mr. Inojeharho wants NITT to be put on the world map as an organization that converts fuel vehicles into electrical vehicles.
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The team consists of the Director-General of the institute, Bayero Salih-Farah, the institute’s Director of Transport Technology Centre, Felicia Nwanosike among others.