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Liberia gets first sample of DENKI Electric Vehicles

The introduction of electric vehicles on the Liberian market signified a leap in the country’s transportation industry as it gets on par with other developing countries advancing in technology.

Monrovia, Liberia March 1, 2024- Liberians are expected to witness the introduction of electric vehicles among its transportation fleets across the city today March 1.

Tuma Enterprises, Inc. (2ma), the company behind the introduction announced the arrival of DENKI Electric Vehicles (EVs) to Liberia on Thursday.

The historic milestone signifies a monumental leap forward in Liberia’s quest for a cleaner, greener future through private sector- driven efforts towards sustainable transportation.

This is happening now in spite of the absence of a formal country electric vehicle plan. However, 2ma recognizes the pressing need for eco-friendly transportation solutions in Liberia.

2ma says the introduction of DENKI EVs will position the country with readied access to cutting-edge electric vehicle technology ushering in a new era of sustainable mobility and futuristic transport technology.

Accordingly, Tuma Enterprises Inc, is set to provide for the Liberian Transport Industry and Market, DENKI’s EV diverse range of models tailored to the unique needs of Liberian consumers.

They range from mini EVs to spacious SUVs which are equipped with state-of-the-art battery technology, delivering impressive range and robust performance.

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Furthermore, Tuma Enterprises, Inc. is committed to establishing a robust charging infrastructure and vehicle maintenance facilities across Liberia to support widespread EV adoption through strategic partnerships and investments.

2ma aims to deploy charging stations in key urban centers and along major highways across the country, ensuring convenient access to charging facilities for all Liberians. 2ma intends to pilot a 60-vehicle fleet model of transportation in Monrovia between July to December 2024.

Ultimately, 2ma hopes to construct an assembly plant in Monrovia, Liberia for the DENKI vehicles. “These are exciting times for us as we set our goals on introducing DENKI’s Electric Vehicles to Liberia and provide consumers with sustainable transportation options,” remarked Mr. Arnold Badio, President & Chief Executive Officer at Tuma Enterprises, Inc.

“As responsible corporate citizens, we are also dedicated to driving positive change and fostering a cleaner, more sustainable future for Liberia through this pioneering effort and huge investment, CEO Badio emphasized.”

The DENKI EVs, according to a 2ma Statement, will also be equipped with a fleet management GPS tracking system to monitor EV vehicles. This innovative solution enables owners to track the location and performance of their vehicles in real-time, thereby enhancing operational efficiency and security.

Moreover, DENKI EVs can be accessed via a rideshare app called myMoto, available free to passengers. The myMoto app will be used by the general public to hail the DENKI vehicles for transportation.

Payments on the myMoto app will be done digitally through mobile money and debit cards, providing a seamless and convenient experience for both passengers and owners alike.

Through the myMoto app, owners can monitor the location and financial gains of their EV, creating a comprehensive one-stop transport system. Tuma Enterprises, Inc. looks forward to collaborating with stakeholders and government entities to accelerate the transition to electric mobility and create a brighter future for all Liberians.

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  1. It is good to hear that Liberia has got electric vehicle. We are looking up to Sierra Leone

  2. Wow Liberia going electric! My question here Liberia does not have working electric service in the country how this going to be realized? The road infrastructures in Monrovia is too bad as nowhere to go. I don’t think going cleaner or electric is the one Liberia needs right now, it’s going to be waste of time and energy right now.

  3. Good news for Liberian, we have had a peaceful election in the history of modern day west Africa. Lot of country are going through tougth time.

  4. Wow! I am excited already. Very good news for Liberia. Interested in getting more information.

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