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Nigerian firm to open auction village for vehicles


ABUJA- Salihu Mohammed, General Manager of BlueSky Real Auto Home said the firm would soon create an automobile auction village to enable car sellers and buyers  meet and transact businesses.

Mohammed said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria(NAN), on the sideline of the inaugural meeting of the pioneer management team of the company in Abuja on Wednesday.

“We’re not looking at just brand new vehicles, we’re also looking at foreign used vehicles and even Nigerian used vehicles for different strata of the society,” he said.

He said the company stands apart from others in delivering choice vehicles to people upon making 45 per cent initial down payment without any collateral.

According to him, this is also applicable to employees of government, public or private corporations, while payment of balance is spread across 36 months.

The general manager explained that the firm is bringing innovation and accessibility to car ownership.

He noted that its goal is to make it easy and hassle-free for Nigerians to own their dream cars with less difficulty.

Mohammed said the firm is all about affordability for Nigerians across all strata of life.

“We want corporate bodies, government, ministries, departments and agencies to look into what we are bringing on board, as there is none of it’s kind presently in Nigeria.

” We want them to see the ingenuity of exploring such kind of opportunity by giving us all necessary cooperation and support whenever we reach out to them,” he said.

Mr Alex Oketa, the Company Secretary and Legal Adviser, said another unique aspect of the organisation is the ease with which it intends to grant vehicles to individuals and corporate bodies.

” We intend to do this through a very practical approach by which everyone who is interested would be able to do business with us.

” It is unique also in the sense that it is one of the most important business venture undertaken in recent times by any private company.

” We have put the interest of both corporate bodies and individuals into consideration in relation to the prevailing economic situation in the country,”Oketa said.(NAN)

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