FG to roll out 1,000 electric buses in the next year

Foreign Affairs has assured Nigerians on the federal government’s commitment to launch 100 electric buses next year, with additional plans to scale up the fleet to 1,000 electric buses. This move is part of Nigeria’s proactive stance in addressing the pressing challenges posed by climate change.

Read also: Lagos to get 50 Electric buses by 2024, marking a shift to cleaner transportation

This came to the fore at the ongoing 28th Conference of the Parties (COP28) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Dubai.

Highlighting Nigeria’s leadership role in combatting climate change in Africa, Tuggar emphasized the nation’s pragmatic goals, solidified through a Climate Change Act and overseen by the National Council on Climate Change (NCCC).

“Nigeria has hit the ground running, transforming our commitments into tangible climate action,” affirmed Tuggar, stressing the pivotal role of collaboration, innovation, and shared responsibility in tackling the escalating climate crisis.

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