Mayor of Bamako meets minister over plans to purchase 400 Innoson motors (photos)

Mayor of Bamako meets minister over plans to purchase 400 Innoson motors (photos)

- The Mayor of Bamako was in Nigeria on Tuesday, July 18

- The Mayor visited the minister of trade and investment Okechukwu Elenemah

- The Mayor visits was in tune with plans by Mali to purchase 400 vehicles from Innoson motors

The Mayor of Bamako, Mali Adama Sangaré on Tuesday, July 18, visited the minister of trade and investment Okechukwu Elenemah in his Abuja office to promote the #MadeInNigeria campaign.

NAIJ.com gathered that the Mayor came alongside some of his delegates from Mali to purchase 400 vehicles from Innoson Motors in Anambra.

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Mayor of Bamako meets minister over plans to purchase 400 Innoson motors (photos)

The Mayor visited the minister of trade and investment Okechukwu Elenemah. Source: Twitter, @TradeInvestNG

NAIJ.com earlier reported that the former minister of trade and investment Olusegun Aganga while commending Innoson Vehicles Company said by producing a truly made-in Nigeria car, the company has put Nigeria in the global map of car manufacturing countries.

Mayor of Bamako meets minister over plans to purchase 400 Innoson motors (photos)

The Mayor visited the minister of trade and investment Okechukwu Elenemah. Source: Twitter, @TradeInvestNG

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The IVC owned by Innocent Chukwuma is located in Nnewi, Anambra state.

Mayor of Bamako meets minister over plans to purchase 400 Innoson motors (photos)

The Mayor visited the minister of trade and investment Okechukwu Elenemah. Source: Twitter, @TradeInvestNG

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Recently, the governor of Anambra state Willie Obiano said the vehicle company was expanding the state's industrial base to meet the demands of the people.

The IVC on August 8, 2016, announced the launch of its new cars for low and middle class earners.

The cars, the company said, will be at Nigeria's auto-market at the price of N1.5 million.

You can watch this NAIJ.com video of the reopening of the Nyanya Bus Terminal in Abuja:

Source: Naija.ng

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