How To Own Enugu’s Coal City Taxi – Business

cabCoal City Cabs (CCC) is a poverty reduction and pro-people transportation programme of the Enugu State Government, under the leadership of Barrister Sullivan Chime, with a private-public partnership framework involving the Enugu Catholic Diocese-owned Umuchinemere Pro-credit Micro-Finance Bank Ltd.

Coal City Cabs scheme is part of the greater strategic plan of the Enugu State Government to transform Enugu to a millennium model city with environmentally friendly transportation system, aimed at a general elevation of the living standards of Enugu State people. It empowers the poor and offers him/her the opportunity to own a brand new taxi by hire purchase without collateral.

Approved cars for the scheme
Two brands of cars have been approved by the Enugu State Government for this scheme. The cars are Nissan Sunny with 1.6 litre engine capacity and Suzuki Alto with 1.1 litre engine.

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