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February 3, 2023

VP Osinbajo inducts Lagos’ Toyota-certified service centre

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Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo has inducted a Toyota- certified service centre located at the Oshodi end of the Apapa-Oshodi Expressway Lagos.
He described the state-of-the- art installation erected by Toyota Nigeria Limited as a heritage design comprising a standard exchange, a collision form centre, a general form factory with sophisticated outfit and a spare corridor storehouse and said the capacity erecting aspect of the installation tallied with a number of skill accession and commission schemes of the Federal Government for youthful Nigerians.

The Vice chairman said with the position of complexity and application of ultramodern technology at the installation, the centre stood out as a corner achievement that would contribute immensely to the development of the bus assiduity and the nation’s frugality.
He said, “ I must confess to being relatively fascinated by the multiple coffers and issues that this installation possesses and is designed to achieve.


“ It isn’t simply a service centre for furnishing quality after- trade service (although we’re told that’s one of the objects for establishing it), it’s actually developed as a tutoring, exploration and resource centre, to give dealers with world- class, practical hands-on training.”
The VP He confided the TNL crew led by its Chairman, Chief Michael Ade.Ojo for the visionary design.
Lagos State Governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu, who was represented by the Secretary to the State Government, Mrs Folasade Jaji, said the establishment of the centre was a clear statement of the Toyota Nigeria’s commitment to the nonstop growth of the company.
The Chairman, TNL, Chief Michael Ade.Ojo, described the event as a memorable one that gave him fulfilment.
The Managing Director, TNL, Mr Kunle Ade-Ojo, said following the movement of the commercial headquarters of the TNL to Lekki, Lagos, in 2009, the company decided to convert the old office to a standard after- trade centre.

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He said apart from providing quality maintenance service, genuine spare parts and standard showroom for Toyota vehicles, the facility would serve as a resource place “for market study to gather data on market dynamics and obtain feedback on customers experiences and expectations.”

The Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Otunba Adeniyi Adebayo, said the establishment of the centre showed the commitment of Toyota Nigeria towards addressing the enterprises of its consumers.
“ Moment’s event is a brilliant embodiment of the enabling business atmosphere created by this administration and their unequaled leadership,” he said.

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