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Stallion shares experience of distributing COVID-19 palliatives

IT is 7.00 p.m at Lagos, but the peace and quiet all around suggests that it could very well have been midnight. There’s no traffic, no incessant whirring and clunking. We have set out to deliver free rice and fish to the COVID-19 hospitals in Lagos State with the Stallion Group team. The selfless people working in the frontline have risked their lives to ensure that aid reaches where its required the most. Some 77 state hospitals in Nigeria are already registered as a part of this programme.

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Kia extends vehicle warranties over COVID-19

KIA Motors Corporation has announced the launch of the ‘Kia Promise’ today, a global warranty extension programme for its vehicles. The Kia Promise is designed to support Kia customers whose movements may be limited because of the COVID-19 pandemic. It covers 142 countries and all vehicles with original Kia warranties that expire between February 1 and April 30, 2020. The programme extends the warranty of all eligible vehicles to June 30, 2020.

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Renault shifts to all-electric cars for China

French automaker Renault said Tuesday that it would start building only electric vehicles for China’s huge passenger car market, dropping conventional internal combustion engines as well as its joint venture with local manufacturer Dongfeng. The strategy shift comes after years of sluggish sales in China, where Renault hoped its 50-50 venture with Dongfeng, announced in
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COVID-19: Massilia Motors feeds 1,000 homes in Lagos

By Theodore Opara Foremost auto company in Nigeria, Massilia Motors, the sole distributor of Mitsubishi Motors in Nigeria, has donated food items to 1,000 homes in Ijora. Ijora is a suburb of Lagos State, where the company’s headquarters is located. The food items donated by Massilia include bags of rice, beans, sugar, salt, vegetable oil,
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