NARTO is the umbrella Organization of all commercial vehicles owners in Nigeria engaged in haulage of Petroleum Products, General Cargoes, and movement of passengers, within the Country and the entire West-Africa sub region
NARTO has made significant contribution to the National economy. Apart from accounting for a large percentage of revenue to government vide taxes, rates and levies of kinds, NARTO is the biggest employer of labour next to the Federal Government. For every sided truck, for example, about twenty people derive their livelihoods excluding their dependent’s.
Chief Aloga Ogbogo
Executive Secretary (NARTO)
“Trade protection and promotion of members interest is paramount to the objective of our Association…”
NARTO will appear, make, defend and or send written or verbal representations as it relate to the carrying of the business of commercial road transportation in all its ramifications before any government, be it federal, state, local or other constituted authorities for the purpose of protecting and promoting the interest of her members.
National Executive Officers
Alhaji Yusuf Lawal Othman
Alhaji Yusuf Lawal Othman, National President of Nigerian Association of Road Transport Owners…
Chief Ayoola Sadiku
1st Deputy National President
Prince Okey Okpala
2nd Deputy National President
Chief Aloga Ogbogo
Alh. Mohammed Alkali
Prince Ganiyu Salami
National Financial Secretary
National Welfare Officer
Vice President (Wet Cargo)
Vice President (Dry Cargo)
Vice President (Commuter)
A Leader In The Industry
We are the mouthpiece for the projection and articulation of transporters interest in Nigeria;
- Engaged the Federal Government periodically on freight rates
- Implemented a joint welfare insurance scheme for tanker drivers
- Successfully lobbied against multiple taxes, rates and levies which culminate in decree no. 21 of 1998 now act.
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NIGERIAN ASSOCIATION OF ROAD TRANSPORT OWNERS
460, Joseph Adetoro St,