- Nigeria's first electronic car has been unveiled in Lagos state
- The car was unveiled by Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu in an epoch-making event on Friday
- The car can cover 422 kilometres at a charge and is capable of taking 9 hours and 45 minutes for a full charge
Gboyega Akosile, the chief press secretary to the Lagos state governor, made this disclosure in a series of tweets on Friday, November 13. and 45 minutes for a full charge.
Gboyega Akosile, the chief press secretary to the Lagos state governor, made this disclosure in a series of tweets on Friday, November 13.
Describing its incredible features, Akosile said the electronic car "can go as far as 422 kilometres at one charge."
He further stated that the car is easy to handle, it includes a stylish interior and can be charged from a regular socket.
The CPS said Governor Sanwo-Olu, speaking the launching of the car at the Stallion Group Automobile Factory, promised that his administration will complete the 10-lane Lagos Badagry expressway.
"Lagos State Governor Jide Sanwo-olu unveiled the first electric car to be assembled in Nigeria. Lagosians and indeed Nigerians can now drive electric cars. Lagos remains the hub for the nation's economy, a pace setter in industrialisation. A home for meaningful development.
The car can be charged from a regular socket but with its specified charger, as seen in the video. It has a 5 years Warranty, it is easy to handle and includes a stylish interior."
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Lagos government distributed 51 Sports Utility Vehicles (SUVs) to the state judges in a gesture aimed towards helping the state judiciary to perform its functions.
Distributing the cars to the judges on Wednesday, September 23, at the Ikeja high court, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu stated that it is the vision of his government to build a working relationship with the judiciary system.
The governor, who also presented eight houses to the jurists, explained that effective executive-judiciary relationship will bring balance to the government.
Sanwo-Olu also promised that the judiciary system in Lagos state will be massively supported by the government in order to ensure fast delivery of justice, adding that the bench is the "bedrock of the society."
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