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Nigeria’s Innoson Vs Ghana’s Kantanka: Which One Wins (Photos)

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In 2009, the primary made-in-Nigeria vehicle rose. It was delivered by the Anambra based car organization IVM (Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing Co.Ltd); an organization that had a modest start as a vehicle parts deals organization during the 80’s.

IVM is a Nigerian based vehicle and transport organization, established by Innocent Chukwuma Nwala. Its vehicle plant is ran in the province of Anambra, Nigeria. IVM satisfies its nicknamed – The Pride Of African Roads.

Up to 70% of the vehicle parts are made locally in the nation; as the rest are gotten from Germany, China and Japan . IVM vehicles are utilized in Nigeria, yet additionally in some other West African nations like Sierra Leone, Mali and Ghana.

IVM Cars

 

Nigeria’s neighboring nation Ghana , doesn’t appear to be sleeping on its mechanical possibilities of building there own cars. It has the Kantanka Automobile Company.

Established in 1994 by Kwadwo Safo Kantanka, Kantanka Automobile is a car constructing agent and maker situated in Ghana . It was joined as Limited Liability Company in 2004 . With the utilization of 75% of privately made segments (counting the motor square) in 1998, the

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