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TVS Launches King Deluxe “The Game Changer” an Improved Version of Tricycle “Keke NAPEP” in Abuja

​TVS, a globally recognized Tricycle Brand and subsidiary of SIMBA Group has launched “King Deluxe the Game Changer” a novel product of tricycle widely known as ‘Keke NAPEP’ in Nigeria, in Abuja today.

Mr Deji, TVS Brand Spokesperson at the event

According to the TVS Brand Spokesperson, Mr Deji “the unique and innovative features of the King Deluxe Game Changer” is what makes it better than every other tricycle in Nigeria”.

“King Deluxe is a unique eco-friendly product due its low carbon emissions. It has been designed to meet the needs of both the driver and the passengers. One of these innovative features is customized digital technology MP3 sound system with two powerful loudspeakers that came with it, which you can’t find in any other Tricycle Brand across the globe.
 
Mr Deji while describing what King Deluxe also stands for said, ‘it is an upgraded version of what you use to know’. In other words, TVS is an improved version of Keke NAPEP which makes it currently the most patronised tricycle in Lagos and other major cities in the Northern part of the country.
 
“We took it upon ourselves to launch “the Game Changer” in Abuja so as to ensure that Abuja residents also benefit from this awesome product” he added.
 
Other dignitaries at the launching are top Nollywood Veterans such as Zach Orji, Larry Koldsweat, Abuja top bloggers such as Dotun Roy, Jenny Chisom, NaijaCynth, and Top Gospel Act, Phil Roberts.
 
More Photos at the event

Traditional rulers , Olawale Apole, TVS Staff and The Group Managing Director of SIMBA Group

Nollywood Veterans Zach Orji and Larry Koldsweat with Olawale Apole in tete-a-tete

 

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