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Monday, August 02, 2021

Abuja Minister Plans Electric Vehicles For Public Transportation

 


29 comments:

  1. What you're trying to do is applaudable but you can't bring Tesla when Okada and Keke are still the transportation of choice for most people.

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    1. Election is near , empty promises and they are looking for a way to embezzle money

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    2. Which light u won take dey charge am. For this darkness??

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  2. Why not provide 24 hours electricity in homes first so that people will even see where to charge the electric cars?
    Okay since you are putting the basket inside the food, instead of the other way round,
    Let me give you some baskets 🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺🧺to use generate electricity in your house

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    1. Haahaahaahaa, I can imagine waiting for nepa to charge my car to use to go out for work. Olodo govt.

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    2. Kaα»‹!
      πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£

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    3. Power first then every other thing will become easy for us all.

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  3. Good riddance .... radarada

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  4. Hope e no go dey shock passengers sha

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  5. Says a man whose country lacks constant power supply. I raise beyonce's πŸ™Œ for you.

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  6. On which road? Which electricity will they use to charge it? Anakoyeri

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  7. Make person motor go daku for highway abi?

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  8. If cluelessness were a person .......



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  9. Funny idiots...This will lead to arm robbery and kidnapping

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  10. Good intentions Mr Bello.,but let us fix the electricity(charging source) first. You wouldn't want traders going from Nyanya to Gosa market to get stuck somewhere around Karamajiji because of low battery issues.

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  11. πŸ™„ with which electricity?

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  12. Putting the cart before the horse

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  13. Msssstcheewww, this one that cannot fix traffic lights in Abuja is talking about electric cars. Abeg shift make I see road

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  14. The type wey go dey electrocute passengers ba??

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  15. First first how stable is our electricity supply make una Dy think of electric vehicles

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  16. is it the same Abuja that's in perpetual darkness? Streetlights don't work, nothing.

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  17. As usual, putting the cart before the horse. Politicians are laughableπŸ˜‚πŸ€£

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