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Nigerian Army recieves first #MadeInNigeria anti-Boko haram vehicles

Obinna Chukwuezie

Nigeria’s Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. T.Y Buratai today, recieved a special military vehicle from Nigeria’s leading indigenous automobile company, the Innoson Group, at the Tactical Headquarter of Operation Lafiya Dole, Maimalari Barracks Maiduguri, Borno State.

15073400_215116485581182_5576972781713435614_nThe Chairman of Innoson Group Chief Dr. Innocent Ifediaso Chukwuma OFR, who made the presention explained that the newly-manufactured vehicle named Innoson IVM G12 is designed solely for military operations.

15056389_215116528914511_2153815362843685849_nRecieving the vehicles, the elated Army Chief assured the Innoson boss that there will be many more patronages from the military especially now that the government is looking inwards for resources and equipment to win the war against insurgency.

With this feat, Innoson becomes the first indigenous manufacturer of #MadeInNigeria military vehicle.



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