Nigerian Army Procures Locally Made Defence Vehicles For Boko Haram Fight

The Nigerian Army says it is collaborating with local defence manufacturers to produce armoury needed for its use.

This is to “promote local industries, economic growth and save foreign exchange for Nigeria” says a statement by Army spokesperson, Brigadier General Sani Kukasheka Usman.

According to the statement, an indigenous company, Proforce Limited has presented locally made armoured personnel carrier and armoured plated vehicles, as well as other military products at the Army Headquarters Abuja on Wednesday, the 11th October 2017.

The statement further says, the Nigerian Army is procuring some units of the vehicles for immediate deployment to the North East.

Mr. Ade Ogundeyin, Group Managing Director of Proforce, presenting locally made armoured Vehicle to Nigerian Army

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