Dr. Innocent Chukwuma, the Chairman of Innoson Group revealed the firm planned to begin manufacturing high quality yet affordable vehicles by 2018 for the Nigerian market. Chukwuma has just received the Brand Symbol Award of NIPR (Nigeria Institute of Public Relations) conferred on him by Aliyu Aliyu, the Acting chairman of FCT (Federal Capital Territory), the chapter of the institute.
The Innoson Group planned to begin manufacturing high-quality yet affordable vehicles by 2018
The all-new affordable models from Innoson are expected to roll out early next year with the aim of reducing the importation of expensive cars into Nigeria. The brand new vehicle is going to cost around N3 million, enabling most Nigerians to own one. Featuring the automatic gear, air condition, big body and other comforts, the car will make it easy to control as well as bring the comfortable feeling to drivers during their travels.
The all-new affordable models from Innoson are expected to roll out early next year
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The company would like to sell its products both in the domestic and African market. They are trying their best to make international standard vehicles in order to meet the customer’s demands and expectations. What’s more, Chukwuma highly praises the Federal Government’s plan, which makes Nigeria become an auto-manufacturing destination. Meanwhile, he also called on all people to support and encourage local manufacturers in the automobile sector as well as other sectors. It is the best way to develop the manufacturing sector, in turn enhances the Nigerian economic growth.
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Chukwuma commented on the award that he was very happy to receive the NIPR’s Brands Symbol Award and thanked NIPR for recognizing his contribution to the country economic growth. The award acts as encouragement for Chukwuma to do more in his auto manufacturing business.
The company would like to sell its products both in domestic and African market