Reversible number plate, fake army general gets rid of cars, LASG owns Setbacks, Nigeria to start assembling electric cars by 2023, last week’s news.
Rotating license plates
The Nigerian Police and the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) have vowed to investigate the source of the Nigerian registered custom license plate that rotates at the touch of a buttonas in James Bond’s Aston Martin DB5 in Goldfinger.
In a popular video released by police, a Toyota Highlander SUV was seen flipping an existing license plate to reveal another piece of license plate on the other side.
The Nigerian Police say that every vehicle in Nigeria must be registered and have a number plate, not many number plates.
EFCC hands over vehicles to victims of fraud
The Lagos Zonal Command of the EFCC handed over a properties in Lagos and vehicles seized from convicted fake army general to one Bamidele Saphiri Olusegun.
The convict, Balyarinwa Abiodun, posed as an army general to defraud the victim of N266,500,000.The vehicles given to the victim included a Range Rover, a BMW 7 series sedan, a Land Cruiser and a Toyota Hilux.
Nigeria to start assembling electric cars by 2023
The Nigerian government on Thursday signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Israeli and Japanese companies to begin assembling electric and smart cars by 2023.
The National Science and Engineering Infrastructure Agency (NASENI) said that the domestication of this technology would enable the country to produce made-in-Nigeria electric vehicles in the near future.
The project will help address the many challenges affecting the transport and environmental sectors in Nigeria.
LASG owns failures all over the metropolis
The Lagos State Parking Authority (LASPA) owns failures across the metropolis, GM says Lagos State Parking Authority (LASPA).
She refutes the allegation of charging a customer the sum of N290,000 for parking in her compound, adding that LASPA only issues demand notices on cars parked in setbacks which rightfully belong to LASG.