Aside from Innoson, Another Young Nigerian Begins Production of Cars, See His Name & Location

Aside from Innoson, Another Young Nigerian Begins Production of Cars, See His Name & Location

Aside from Innoson, Another Young Nigerian Begins Production of Cars, See His Name & Location.



Another young Nigerian identified as Ajayi Oluwatobi has also joined the clique of automobile manufacturers in Nigeria.

Oluwatobi is 31 years ago and his factory is located in Lagos State. The name of the company is Nord.

Before now, Innoson Motors is the only indigenous automobile company in Nigeria, and it is located in the South-Eastern part of the country.

The success recorded over the years has motivated other Nigerians to set up their own automobile company in the country.

President Muhammad Buhari has also contributed to the success of Innoson Motors in Nigeria by patronizing the indigenous factory. The president ordered Government agencies and corporations to patronize local companies in order to strengthen the economy.

The Nigerian Army, FRSC, and others buy their armored vehicles and other vans from Innoson Motors.



The owner of the automobile company, Ajayi Oluwatobi, posted on his Twitter handle on Wednesday afternoon that the company has completed a new model of vehicle. He called it ‘Nord Tank’.

“Built-in Nigeria by Nigerians for Nigeria.

Nord Tank”



One of the major challenges of automobile companies in Nigeria is the lack of patronage from the people. Nigerians are used to foreign-made vehicles and fairly used cars.

The indigenous automobile industry can only survive when we begin to patronize them.

What’s your take on this?

Can the company survive in the Nigerian market?

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12 Thoughts to “Aside from Innoson, Another Young Nigerian Begins Production of Cars, See His Name & Location

  1. Udeme umoren

    Pls my fellow country people let’s petronize our own brothers. God will continue to bring in more and more companies into our great country Nigeria

  2. Rev Sonny I. Ibhakon

    The Company can survive in this Country,if Government backup their statement with enabling Law.

  3. Jeff o. Izekor

    Nice one, I prefer this Nigeria made to that of the used one.

  4. Chris mela

    Yes it will survive. But first the Government need to step in and make sure such vahicles are being pochase and use in the office.. eg state transport. And in ministries. The car has to be afordable. We Nigerians love good things but we don’t have meaintainance culture..

  5. Jonathan

    I believe it will succeed, let it be at a considerable Price to the people of Nigeria.

  6. Adewale Michael

    Very good development

  7. Thomas Vincent

    It is a shame on us.We are so used to foreign made good that we cannot sit down and have a rethink on how we can boost our own economy rather, we are boosting other countries economy.There should be a public orientation on how Nigerian can help patronize local automobile than foreign ones.Thank God for president Bihari who is also encouraging local manufacturer.

  8. Eddy

    IAM glad dat, we have a respite in the Auto industry
    Going forward, I will like the producers to embark on a massive public awareness
    Secondly, to let out know how affordable accessible the vehicles are.
    Thirdly, penetrate low income earners with the vehicles on a long time installment purchase
    Fourthly, be ready and deliver mass production to the public. This one will make the brand very popular.

  9. Odoh Peter

    The Vehicles are good and Nice.
    Only the price,. Government and Politicians, will help in the growth of the Industries

  10. How costly are the cars? You should endeavour to lower the cost and make it quick sales, quick turnover for profit marginalisation so that some of us can patronize your product (cars)-

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