‘Our Dream Of Ex­port­ing Ve­hi­cles Al­ready Work­ing’, Says In­no­son

The Guardian (Nigeria) - - NEWS - By Debo Oladimeji

CHAIR­MAN, In­no­son Group, Chief In­no­cent Ife­di­aso Chuk­wuma, is ex­cited that his dream of ex­port­ing his brand of ve­hi­cles is al­ready ma­te­ri­al­iz­ing with the re­cent Me­moran­dum of Un­der­stand­ing (MOU) en­tered with some del­e­gates from Mali.

“The Malian del­e­gates signed a part­ner­ship to take our ve­hi­cles to their coun­try. The Nige­ria Em­bassy in Mali and Nige­rian Ex­port Pro­mo­tion Coun­cil (NEPC) fa­cil­i­tated the MOU. In­stead of go­ing to China to get their ve­hi­cles, they can come here,” he said.

CEO, Taxi Plus, Ba­mako, Ibrahim Mega, said the MOU would open doors for In­no­son ve­hi­cles in Mali.

NEPC Deputy Di­rec­tor, Mrs. Ud­uak Etokowoh, said: “Our brothers from Mali are re­ally im­pressed and we need to show our prod­ucts out there. We need to show that we have qual­ity goods in Nige­ria.”

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