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Reps Order 400 Exotic Cars, Reject Nigerian Brands

According to an resolution reached by a closed door session of the house of representatives, the house has resolved to acquire Toyota Camry 2020 model for members as official cars, otherwise called utility vehicles.

Reps Order 400 Exotic Cars, Reject Nigerian Brands

According to a source in the chamber, who spoke on condition of anonymity as members were forbidden from disclosing details of the discussions at the closed-door meeting, said the National Assembly would purchase 400 exotic cars. The lawmaker, however, kept mum on the cost of each car.

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The lawmakers were said to have rejected Nigerian brands, at the meeting, insisting on foreign ones, preferably imported and not locally assembled.

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According to the lawmaker, a proposal to patronise Innoson Vehicles Manufacturing, a Nigerian brand based in Nnewi, Anambra State, was rejected.

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The lawmaker said;

It is Toyota Camry 2020. Manga will supply 300 of the vehicles. The person who supplied the Senate will supply the remaining 100. Someone suggested Innoson. I feel he was being sarcastic. He is from Anambra.

Already, about 14 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado Jeeps were said to have already been shared to the presiding and principal officers as well as chairmen of select House committees.

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