The Statement Reads:

Innoson Vehicles Manufacturing, a leading automobile manufacturer, would address recent allegations made by the Abia State House of Assembly regarding the fulfillment of our agreement to produce vehicles for all the lawmakers.

First and foremost, we wish to clarify that the vehicles ordered by the Governor for the Members of the Abia State House of Assembly were special models that required the production of a new frame, which had not been previously produced at our factory. In alignment with the Governor’s initiative to promote local products, we took this project very seriously and produced a sample for approval by the Governor.

During this process, the Governor suggested some modifications, which we promptly implemented to meet his specified requirements.

As of today, we would like to inform the public that we have completed all modifications and addressed any initial defects. The new model vehicles are currently undergoing rigorous testing at our quality control section. We are pleased to announce that the vehicles will be ready by the end of this month and the supply will be completed by the beginning of next month.

In response to the statement made by the House of Assembly regarding payment, we want to emphasize that we have not received any payment for the vehicles ordered for the Abia State House of Assembly Members. When His Excellency requested payment, we made a conscious decision not to accept any payment until the vehicles are finally produced and delivered. Therefore, the House of Assembly’s claim that payment has been made is inaccurate.

We would like to express our gratitude to the Government of Abia State for their continued support and patronage. We want to reassure them that we have taken significant measures to prevent future delays and uphold our commitment to delivering high-quality vehicles.

Innoson Vehicles Manufacturing Ltd remains dedicated to providing excellent products and services to our esteemed customers. We appreciate your understanding and patience in this matter.

Cornel Osigwe
Head, Corporate Communications
Innoson Vehicles