Proudly Made In Aba Electric Tricycle Unveiled

Proudly Made In Aba Electric Tricycle Unveiled

In the wake of technological advancements and innovations in the automobile industry across the globe, Tech Savvy Nigerians have unveiled a brand new Electric Tricycle proudly made in Nigeria’s industrial city, Aba, Abia state.

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The unveiled Electric Tricycle will put an end to noise and environmental pollution formerly caused by the sound of the usual mechanical engine as well as carbon emission from exhaust pipes.

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The tricycle will also put an end the pressure on buying fuel and changing oil but to “just charge and drive”

it also put an end the fear of scarcity of spare parts or fake parts in the market.

According to a popular Nigerian Actor and Filmmaker, Ugezu J. Ugezu, the made-in-Nigeria Electric Tricycle is purely “the technology that can drive the Nigerian economy, put less pressure on the local currency by reducing importation, and drastically increase our GDP”
Ugezu who decried the manner in which the government discards originality within and prefers technology overseas in a Facebook
post said, “Strangely, the clueless leaders we have are not looking inwards. They are okay with massive importation of everything” adding that it is shameful for a country that is self-sufficient to look outside while she has everything inside.
“Woe unto the King who will not instill the discipline that will bring peace and prosperity in his kingdom”

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It was also gathered that the “common sense” senator, Ben Bruce has urged the Minister of Science and Technology to “get in touch” with the young genius.

Most European countries have set 2025 as the year to fully embrace green energy while others are already planning to tow the same lane.

Interestingly, Nigeria may join them and as well stand out as the giant of the African continent.

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