For motorists around Ikoyi and its environs, this is one good news as experienced motor industry company, Mandilas Motors, has launched a quick service centre inside the NNPC (Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation) station on Alfred Rewane (Kingsway) road. This is coming just one week after it achieved same feat in Abuja.
At the opening ceremony held on Thursday in Lagos, the managements of Mandilas and NNPC expressed confidence that the new facility would provide fast and efficient after-sales support to vehicle owners in Lagos.
In her address, Group Chief Executive Officer of Mandilas, Ola Debayo-Doherty, left no one in doubt about the commitment of the company to the provision of prompt quality service at the centre – drawing from its rich experience and expertise as Nigeria’s foremost after-sales service provider.
According to her Mandilas is always there to “making your life just a little easier”, adding that the company is happy “to have been chosen to partner with NNPC Retail Limited here.
“As we push forward in our pursuit to make quality service available, we reiterate our commitment to delivering quality auto care to Nigerians. For approximately 70 years, Mandilas has been at the forefront of providing excellent auto service, repairs and maintenance backed by experienced and efficient technicians. This further gives credence to Mandilas being the right partner to NNPC in bringing service closer to the people,” the Mandilas Group CEO stated.
Debayo-Doherty also used the opportunity to commend NNPC for launching a range of lubricants for Nigerians, which would be the products to be used by Mandilas’ technicians at the quick service centre.
Managing Director of NNPC Retail Limited, Billy Okoye, explained that the mega station concept was one-stop shop, designed to meet all the needs of motorists, ranging from refuelling, restaurant, mini-mart, and car wash, to the latest addition, the Mandilas Quick Service Centre, among others.
He said the service centre is strategically located to provide quick and efficient service for automobile users within the Ikoyi axis.
General Manager, Mandilas Motors, Kemi Koyejo, in her remarks, urged motorists to take advantage of the centre to cater for their maintenance needs.
Koyejo listed services the centre would be rendering as attending to immediate mechanical and electrical needs, air-conditioner service, wheel alignment, and oil change using the new NNPC Nitro engine oil range.
Mandilas Motors has been known over the years as a leading name in the auto industry, especially in the provision of quality after-sales services.

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