Check out ‘Made-In-Nigeria’ Peugeot cars!

Peugeot has unveiled it's ‘Made-In-Nigeria’ cars.

‘Made-In-Nigeria’ Peugeot car

Two days after Ford Nigeria unveiled it's ‘Made-In-Nigeria’ Ranger, Peugeot has also unveiled it's cars.

Peugeot Citreon took it's cars to the presidential villa for an inspection from His Excellency, Muhammed Buhari.

There, the Chief Executive for Africa and the Middle-East, Peugeot, revealed the company’s three-phased plan to resume vehicle assembly in Nigeria.

The executive said the goal is to assemble 4,000 cars next year, and up to 10,000 cars by 2021, adding that this could only happen with the Federal Government's support.

President Buhari promised to show his support with the appropriate privatization and commercialization policy.

Do you think Peugeot can stage a successful comeback in Nigeria?

See pictures from the inspection in the gallery above.


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