Kaduna govt. to acquire Peugeot, targets 90,000 cars yearly

Peugeot

Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna says the state has concluded plans to acquire the majority shares of the comatose Peugeot Automobile of Nigeria, Kaduna.

Mr. El-Rufai said this at the ongoing Kaduna international Trade fair.

According to the governor, the state had already submitted its interest to Assets Management Company of Nigeria (AMCON) which manages the liabilities of the company.

“Our hope is that when we acquire the majority share of the company, we will restructure it to operate to full capacity of assembling between 90,000 and 100,000 cars yearly.

“We have the support of PAN as well as the government of France in this drive.

Mr. El-Rufai said PAN is a critical partner in Kaduna state’s industrial history, and now has gone down from assembling 90,000 cars per annum to merely 200 a year.

“We are determined to bring back all industries related to Peugeot established in Kaduna as part of plans to ensure that every youth in Kaduna State has something doing,” he said.

He commended the Kaduna Chambers of Commerce, Mines, Industries and Agriculture (KADCCIMA), for bringing captains of commerce and industries to the state for the event.

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  • IZON Redeemer

    Would the Fulanis have allowed the Ijaw Nation to buy over the Port Refineries or the Petrol Chemeical plant–

    • Chuks

      Ijaw people can only be militants and lazy ineffectual buffoons. They can’t manage any business well due to their alcohol brain. They destroyed NIMASA, NDDC, NIGER DELTA MINISTRY, etc.

      • Aminu Baba

        You forgot Delta Steel Co. The largest steel plant in Africa

      • emmanuel

        Bastard FULANI GOAT. Why hide under an Igbo name to make your silly comment. Dan iska, dan banza

      • Nasir

        U forgot Naija, at d hand of there ijaw son… Almost dead

  • NonPartisanElder

    Acquire PAN? Don’t do it, our dear progressive governor because it will be unsustainable. It will guzzle millions of scarce foreign exchange with only a handful of employment as many of the operations, even in the ordinary assembly lines have become automated. Rather, I urge Governor El-Rufai to take the bold step of investing in the science, engineering and technology education of the youths in the universities and polytechnics and building infrastructue that could spur endogenous technological development. Then, we can grow into designing and manufacturing our own vehicles locally and even export motor vehicles by year 2040. Let us imbibe a vision of technoeconomic self-reliance.

    • Ade

      Your progressive governor is a thief, after over seeing selling of Nigeria assets to obasanjo and to his cronies, he wants to buy PAN for kaduna state, and convert it to himself.

      • Ade2

        Is that all your backward mind churned out today?

      • Omoba1

        That is a possibility. Government should not be involved in corporate business affairs. If El-Rufai leaves in the future what becomes the fate of PAN. We know from history that government established organizations are never successful due to widespread corruption and bureaucracies, resulting to abysmal and dysfunctional organization e.g NEPA/PHCN, NITEL, NIPOST, NTA etc

  • Sir Louis

    Good move by the Kaduna State government. Other states should identify struggling industries they can takeover and turn to profitability for the purpose of employment generation and setting the stage for the industrialisation of the country. Well done, el- Rufai.

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  • Segun Abiodun

    I have 15 questions of my own for El Rufia
    1 As a public servant could you tell Nigerians How much you declared on your asset declaration form.
    2 can you confirm what was recently reported in the media that you made a declaration that you are worth an astonishing 93 billion Naira.
    3 Could you tell Nigerians how you were able to get such stupendous wealth? Was it an inheritance from your father or your mother?
    4 Could you confirm your role in the sale of Nitel to a one month old company- pentascope as the DG BPE . Can you confirm if your bother Bashir had an interest in the said pentascope.
    5 Can El Rufia tell Nigerians his role in the sale of Federal Government Houses in the FCT. Does he deny the allegation that he used fronts like Jimmy Lawal, Idris Othman, TJ Abudulahi and others to siphon billions of Naira fraudulently from that sale. Further does el Rufia deny the fact that Idris Othman is holding large tracks of Land on his behalf in the FCT? Could el Rufia tell Nigerians how he is related to Othman.
    6. How many houses / properties does el Rufia own outside Nigeria. Does he deny that he owns homes in Maryland in the United States, in London and in the United Arab Emirates?
    7. Does he deny the fact that these homes are held by proxy on his behalf by various people?
    8. Can el Rufia tell Nigerians what his relationship with one Angela who resides in Maryland USA is? Is this ibo woman his mistress or wife? Does she act as his conduit in the United States by providing a framework for concealing his illegitimate wealth.
    9 . Does el Rufia deny owning shares in etisalat? Does he deny further owning these shares through the money laundering King – Hakem Bello Osagie?
    10. Does el Rufia deny using Hakem Bello Osagie as his conduit for laundering his stolen wealth? Specifically does el Rufia deny that he passed a sizable part of the money that he stole as FCT minister to Hakem Bello Osagie who in turn invested those sums into the Nigerian telecommunications Industry?
    11 How many plots of Land does el Rufia own in the FCT?
    12. Is el Rufia the owner of the Vice Presidential guest House ? Can he tell Nigerians how he was able to acquire that property since he was the individual put in charge of the sale . Does he not see any conflict of interest in this acquisition
    13 Could el Rufia tell the Nigerian public where his biological father is from?
    14 Does el Rufia deny that his children are drug addicts? Does he deny the fact that his children were kicked out of various Universities in the United States because of their drug addiction which eventually led to them flunking out of these schools
    15 does el Rufia deny the fact that his 2nd wife who is a lawyer is having an affair with a younger man because he el Rufia can no longer perform as a man
    Ha ha ha ha ha lol
    Could el Rufia answer the above 15 questions

    • olowoyojoel

      Allegations without prove is libelous, if you’re sure go to court.
      This has nothing to do with purchase of PAN by Kaduna state

      • Segun Abiodun

        The EFCC has already taken the midget thief ( Nasir El Rufai ) to court on some of the issues mentioned in my post.
        What has stalled the continued prosecution of the matter is the fact that el Rufai is part of the ruling party.
        There is effectively a freeze on the prosecution of cases relating to APC members.
        I hope I have made my self clear.

      • emmanuel

        timid Yorubaman at it again. Go to court bla bla bla bla. Abi na the Fulani he goat when dey use different names on behalf of El-Rufai be this? It sounds like same person.
        Nonsense!
        The stupendous wealth from Nigeria FG is what will destroy his household while he is still alive.
        My former Church members elder brother died from the pains of El-Rufais land acquisition sheme in Abuja. you think say those bllods nor go cry out?

        • ojays

          Am a true Yoruba man I didn’t say u are wrong all I said was take him to court. Then another said Rufai has cases in court un disposed so maybe when APC is out of govt somebody will revive the cases. Lets take race/tribe away from this discussions. It does no good. Cheer up

  • Ashibogu

    Looting Reinvestment Scheme (LORS)