Monday 4 July 2016

Check Out The First Wazobia Keke Designed, Engineered and Manufactured in #Benue State - GistMania

A Benue Indigene, Mr Stine Chenge, of Chinatown & Benue Valley Vehicle Manufacturing Co,. has Designed, Engineered, Manufactured and Assembled in the first Vehicle in Benue State. The 'WAZOBIA' keke is a copyright protected (NCC Certified) Light weight portable multi-purpose cargo vehicle  which has proven itself as a versatile companion for Laborers (Plumbers, Electricians, Mechanics, Vulcanizers), Courier & Delivery businesses, Farmers (Carrots, Maize,  Potatoes,  Beans,  Groundnuts,  Rice,   Cassava, Onions,  Tomatoes,  Vegetables,  Fruits,  etc), Mama Put and General Town services.

Unlike other manufacturers, our products are not built outside Benue or in China and only assembled in Benue, our vehicles are 100% designed, engineered, manufactured by Benue indigenes and assembled in Gboko and Makurdi.
''... Since our products are manufactured within Benue State,  our prices are considerably cheaper at just =N=290,000.00 per units from 1 -  10, =N=250,000.00 for units from 11 -  50 and =N=210,000.00 for unit from 51 -  100. Our current production capacity per month is 50 units. This is cheaper than the Chinese or Indian products currently being sold for 450k and as high as 650k.'' Said Mr Chenge,  Manging Director of Chinatown & Benue Valley Vehicle Manufacturing Co,.
The benefits and implications of this accomplishment are enormous. From Employment, to Tax revenues to the State, to reinforcing Benue State’s position as a major economic player at a national and global stage, as we will also be selling our products to neighboring States and, Export to neighboring countries like Republic of Benin, Cameroon, Togo, Chad, Ghana in the near future.
It is our desire to continue to improve and make many models and call on Businesses,  Government and the good citizens to patronise our products. Our products can be purchased directly from us by visiting our website
Thank you for supporting a Benue Indeginous innovation.


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