Innoson to collaborate with Abia govt, sets up CNG conversion hub

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Abia State government has reaffirmed its commitment to increase patronage of Innoson vehicles.

Governor Alex Otti noted this when the IVM Boss, Chief Dr Innocent Chukwuma CON, paid him a courtesy visit at his Isiala-Ngwa, Abia State residence.

In his welcome speech, the governor lauded IVM’s dedication to quality and expressed ongoing support for the local manufacturer.

“I have seen your resilience since we met in 2005, and it’s commendable. From my days in the banking sector, I have always found ways to support Innoson Vehicles”.

He emphasized the significance of patronizing homegrown brands and highlighted his enduring partnership with IVM.

“Abia State’s Partnership with Innoson Vehicles remains very solid. Everybody knows that you produced the trucks I used even during my inauguration. The Speaker, Deputy speaker’s vehicles and others are all made by Innoson, supplied within the last two weeks”.

Giving his remarks, the Chairman/CEO of Innoson Vehicles, Chief, Dr Innocent Chukwuma CON, acknowledged the governor’s continued support and mentioned plans for an IVM CNG Conversion hub in Abia State.

“Governor Alex Otti is one of the persons that support Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing massively. He has ordered more vehicles from us recently”.

“Work has begun in Abia State for the IVM CNG Conversion hub. Many people still use petrol/diesel-powered vehicles, and we are here to help many people convert their vehicles to CNG to make transportation more affordable”.

The state’s collaboration with IVM remains strong, with ongoing purchases and support for local manufacturing.

The Special Assistant to the Governor on Monitoring and Evaluation, Mazi Okoroafor Ugochukwu, said the state government purchased about 40 vehicles delivered to Abia State recently, out of the 50 ordered from its first phase.