The era of used and abandoned cars littering our streets may soon be over as Kaiho Sangyo Company Nigeria Limited is set to flag off a vehicle recycling plant in Abuja.
As part of preparations towards the establishment of the Pioneer End of Life Vehicle Plant in Nigeria, the Chief Representative and National Representative of Japan International Cooperative Agency (JICA) Seki Tetsuo and Masato Mikamo respectively paid a courtesy visit to the Head Office of Kaiho Sangyo Company Nigeria Limited, Lagos Nigeria recently.
During the visit, Mr John Gbassa gave a detailed report of their effort towards the preparation for the take-off of the End of Life Vehicle Recycling plant in Abuja, Nigeria. The feasibility study of the project is financed by the JICA.
Seki Tetsuo who was impressed by the report informed the Kaiho Nigeria team that the End-of-Life-Vehicle plant project has been chosen to represent Africa at the Tokyo International Conference on African Development V (TICAD V).
TICAD V is an event that holds every five years; it is a major framework for Japan and World Bank to collaborate in promoting Africa’s development. It ushered in a continuing process of support for Africa and consensus-building around African development priorities.