Federal Executive Council Approves New  Auto Policy 


*To enforce patronage of locally produced vehicles by govt,  companies 


The Federal Executive Council on Wednesday,  approved the new National Automotive Industry Development Plan, 2023. 

The memo for the plan was presented to the FEC by the Honourable Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Otunba Niyi Adebayo. 

In attendance was the DG, NADDC, Jelani Aliyu. 

The NADDC  developed the new plan to aggressively build on the successes that have been achieved so far in the Nigerian Automotive industry.

The new NAIDP would strategically provide outstandingly competitive fiscal and non fiscal incentives needed by automotive industry manufacturers/producers, investors, developers and all relevant stakeholders.

The new approved NAIDP is aimed at enabling the exponential increase in the local production numbers of vehicles, reaching 40 per cent local content, attaining 30 per cent locally produced electric vehicles, generating one million jobs, enforcing patronage of locally produced vehicles by government and companies working on government contracts, and also boosting R&D and technology transfer.


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