Creating an enabling environment for the manufacture of Nigerian made vehicles.
Our vision is to position Nigeria as one of the leading automotive manufacturing nations in the world.
Mentoring the younger generation for creativity, technological innovativeness, and hard-work
Jelani Aliyu motivates youths at the 2019 Edition of the KAD ICT Hub
Welcome to NADDC
The National Automotive Council (NAC) and the Centre for Automotive Design and Development (CADD) have been merged to form the National Automotive Design and Development Council (NADDC).This change was effected by the Federal Government enactment of ACT No. 6 of 30/05/2014. The core mandate of NADDC is the development and implementation of a national automotve policy.
Thus, in October 2013, the Federal Government approved the implementation of the NATIONAL AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT PLAN (NAIDP). The focal point of the plan is economic development through employment creation, GDP contribution, economic linkages, development of the small, medium and micro-enterprises (SME) in the sector, skills development as well as innovation and technology transfer.
In order to ensure competitiveness and increased productivity, the NAIDP has several key elements. They include provision and development of industrial infrastructure, skills development, development and adoption of Standards, investment promotion and market development.
NADDC EASE OF DOING BUSINESS AND PROMOTION OF LOCAL CONTENT PATRONAGE
In line with the Federal Executive order on the promotion of transparency & efficiency in the Business Environment as well as promotion of local content patronage, Council has created a helpdesk and call centre as follows:
Information & Public Relations Unit (IPRU), Telephone No. +234(0)9 291 3782-3
Council has also appointed Mr. Bako (+234(0)803 598 7469) as its Focal Officer.
For further information on NADDC Ease of Doing Business guidelines, please click HERE to download document.
National Automotive Industry Development Plan
To create an enabling environment for the manufacture of Nigerian made vehicles of international standards at competitive prices using local human and material resources.
To position Nigeria as one of the leading automotive manufacturing nations in the world.