2019: Innoson Motors donates vehicles for Buhari-Osibanjo campaigns


The Chief Executive Officer of Innoson Group of Companies Limited, Chief Innocent Ifediaso Chukwuma, has donated two operational Innocent Vehicles Motors (IVM): a bus IVM 500A and a Special Utility Vehicle (SUV) IVM G5 to the Buhari-Osinbanjo 2019 Campaign team.

Donating the vehicles Thursday to Members of the Muhammadu Buhari Osinbanjo (MBO) Dynamic Support Group at Lagos House in Abuja, Chief Innoson said that it was his personal contribution to make sure that President Muhammadu Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osinbanjo continue in office beyond 2019.

Represented on the occasion by Mr Jonas Ojukwu, Innoson said that the two vehicles will actively propel MBO’s operational activities towards the realization of its grassroots mobilization and advocacy project tagged “Operation Win 40”.

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“The vehicles will boost MBO’s morale and cater for the logistics of bringing a formidable campaign to the door steps or nigerians. I want the President and Vice to complete their second tenure in office so as to complete the laudable projects they initiated.

“We in the local manufacturing sector will continue to do everything possible to assist and support this administration whichever way we can to make sure that the achievement of this government is known by all and fully supported by Nigerians.”

While commissioning the campaign vehicles, Minister of Health, Prof Isaac Folorunso Adewole, said that Nigerians have made a great choice in choosing President Muhammadu Buhari and Yemi Osinbanjo as their leaders and that the APC will record landslide victory in the 2019 general elections.

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“Buhari is Mr Integrity and we are very proud of him and his achievements since he assumed office in 2015. He has helped to fight corruption, end recession and restore sanity in the Nigerian polity. I wonder what would have happened to Nigeria if he did not win in 2015,” he said.



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