Nigeria Army Chief inspects site where combat vehicles are made in Maiduguri

06/03/2020

Posted by: Oluwaseun Solomon

Share this post:
Nigeria's Chief of Army Staff, General Burutai visits the Maiduguri site where there are ongoing manufacture and repairs of armoured combat vehicles. See the full story!

Lt. General Tukur Burutai – the Nigerian Army Chief of staff recently visited the Maiduguri site where Army Engineers are currently manufacturing and repairing MRAP (Mine Resistant Ambush Protected) vehicles, Armoured Personnel Carriers, and other combat vehicles for the Nigerian Army.

Chief-of-Army-staff-Burutai-inspecting-combat-vehicles-in-Maiduguri-site

Lt. Gen. Burutai visits Maiduguri site where there are ongoing construction and repair of military combat vehicles

We have in the past put up a post that talks about armored cars and the top 3 companies specializing in car armoring in Nigeria. However, what we might have omitted in the article is the fact that the Nigerian Army and Airforce also have separate divisions that specialize in building armored cars locally.

According to reports reaching us, the combat vehicle production site recently visited by the Army Chief is located at Maimalari Barracks in Maiduguri and it is officially the Nigeria army’s 107 Division Equipment support. In the reports, it was stated that General Burutai inspected the site alongside the following high-ranking army officers and others:

  • Army chief of Training & Operations
  • Theatre Commander Operation (Lafiya Dole)
  • Army Chief of Logistics
  • Army Chief of Military Intelligence
  • Acting General Officer Commanding 7 Division

General-Buratai-and-high-rank-army-officers-inspecting-armoured-vehicles-in-Maiduguri

Nigeria’s Army Chief, General Burutai inspects the various combat vehicles being produced by army engineers in Maiduguri

Sources claim that the Nigerian Army is saving a lot of money by producing its armored combat vehicles locally. By so doing, the Nigerian Army doesn’t have to solely rely on the importation of such vehicles, which usually costs a lot. The military, by directly engaging some of its trained personnel (engineers) in the construction and repair of these vehicles, enhances its fight against terrorism in the country.

In case you are eager to know if these locally produced combat vehicles are actually good, check out some finished ones in this video below;

  BUHARI UNVEILS NIGERIAN-MADE WAR VEHICLES FOR THE ARMY

And speaking of armored vehicles, we recommend you also read our recent post in which we talked about what is usually inside a bullion van and all there is to know about armored cash transport cars in Nigeria.

>>> Keep visiting Naijauto daily to get the latest updates and car-related News

>>> Also check out other topics: Car tips and adviceCar price updatesCar reviews, and Cars for sale!

Share this post:
Oluwaseun Solomon

Oluwaseun Solomon

Market news

Oluwaseun Solomon is a prolific and diligent automobile writer at Naijauto.com. He's also an experienced digital marketer and a creative multimedia developer that specializes in video editing. He currently contributes informative and easy to read articles on topics covering transportation, traffic updates, auto industry updates, and different car reviews.
When Solomon is not writing, you will either find him composing music, editing videos or simply enjoying YouTube "TEDx Talk" videos with a chilled drink :)

Related Articles

See more
Covid 19