Jaguar’s  first  SUV settles in Nigeria

Jaguar’s first SUV settles in Nigeria

By Moses Ebosele –    Barely one week after a successful media trial in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, sensational Jaguar F-Pace Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) has officially settled in Nigeria.   F-Pace is the first SUV from the Jaguar lineage and is...
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Kia zooms past Daimler on list of top advert  spenders

Kia zooms past Daimler on list of top advert spenders

A new survey conducted by Automotive News has revealed that Auto Companies are shifting their advertisement from traditional media to online platforms because of its effectiveness and ability to reach large audience without hinderance.  Indeed, Kia Motors Cor...
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Honda Accord: Largely unchanged for 2017

Honda Accord: Largely unchanged for 2017

 Largely unchanged, the 2017 Accord lineup adds a Sport Special Edition sedan that includes the regular Sport’s features plus heated leather seats with red accent stitching.   Available information indicates that following some notable revisions last y...
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Fiat recalls 410,000 vehicles worldwide

Fiat recalls 410,000 vehicles worldwide

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles said it is recalling nearly 410,000 vehicles worldwide because of a defect that can lead to a loss of propulsion. The automaker said on Friday it will update software and replace wire harnesses to address the electronic...
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Minister insist on ports’ audit

Minister insist on ports’ audit

By Moses Ebosele –  The Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi has reiterated Federal Government resolve to audit operations and activities at the nation’s Seaports.     Speaking in Abuja after a meeting with the management of Nigeria Shippers ...
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Nigeria seeks partnership with IMO

Nigeria seeks partnership with IMO

By Moses Ebosele TO sustain development in the maritime sector, the Minister of Transportation, Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi has expressed Nigeria’s commitment to further partner the International Maritime Organisation (IMO). Speaking in London recently when he ...
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