The tools distributed were 130 boxes of complete mechanical tools, each worth approximately N 150,000, given to selected beneficiaries in the 44 local government areas of the state. The company also donated the sum of 3 million naira to the association. The distribution, according to Muhammad, was part of the company’s efforts to appreciate the union’s patronage. He said:
“Ammasco is proud of the Nigerian technicians and that is why we are donating these tools to them, along with a cash grant of 3 million Naira.
“We will soon also begin distributing cars, motorcycles, televisions and telephones to lucky technicians.
“The Ammasco group of companies, specializing in lubricants, oil, gas and transportation, started with a single manufacturing plant in Kano, but we now plan to put the third into service due to increased footfall. our products.
“The company produces 20,000 boxes per day and Ammasco is now a household name in many neighboring African countries and even beyond.
NATA President Mr. Magaji Muhamad Sani described AMMASCO Oil as one of the best in the country.
The boss of AMMASCO, in various fora, pleaded for the strengthening of manufacturers of local products, in order to drastically reduce the import of lubricants, which amounts to mortgaging jobs for skilled workers in the country.
He argues that some of the imported lubricants are recycled oil with little or no addictive enrichment.
Therefore, these lubricants are billed dumped and sold at lower rates than those produced locally. This has created unfavorable conditions for local lubricants, which go through manufacturing processes, and force them to sell for higher prices than foreign lubricants.
For his contribution to the development of the country, The Sun awards him a prize.