The Special Assistant to the President on Special Duties and Domestic Affairs, Toyin Subaru, has announced that the planned rollout of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) buses in Nigeria will reduce the CNG price to N230 per kg.
The government plans to deploy 11,500 gas-powered buses across the country as part of measures to ease transportation challenges.
- I Did Not Scam Nigerians, Transgender Jayboogie Speaks Out Amid BBL Fraud
- Bolanle Ninalowo flaunts new woman actress Damilola, months after divorce from wife
- Shettima’s aide replies Peter Obi over N15b planned renovation of VP’s residence
- VIDEO: The Muslim Clerics In The North Sold A Fraudulent Muslim-Muslim Ticket – Usman Yusuf
- Imo Poll: Supreme Court Strikes Out Ihedioha’s Suit Against Gov Uzodimma
Subaru stated that this initiative would help Nigerians save two-thirds on transportation costs and promote the use of CNG as an alternative to petrol.
The Federal Government aims to have one million CNG vehicles on Nigerian roads by 2027 and establish 1,000 conversion workshops across the country.