The past few months have seen the extraordinary and remarkable growth of the GAC Motor brand within the Nigerian Automobile industry. Barely 2 months after the Dangote Foundation donated 150 cars to the Nigerian Police Force, the Edo State Government follows suit, donating 50 units of the GA3S vehicles to the Nigerian Police Force.
GAC vehicles are the preferred brand for the security forces in China and are slowly expanding their footprint to other security parastatals around the globe, this choice by both Dangote and the Edo State Government attests to the quality and sturdiness of the GAC brand.
This is further recognition of GAC Motor’s growth across Nigeria, and affirmation of the excellent quality and high safety standards of its vehicles.
The handover took place during the launch of the Edo State Security Trust Fund, the Governor announced that the donation is a reaffirmation of the Edo State Government’s promise to fight insecurity in the state, using the vehicles as intended support for the Police Force in surveillance, crime prevention and promoting law and order. It was also announced that ?2 billion has been set aside for the Edo State Security Trust Fund in the 2019 budget and over 1000 men are in training to drive this new security architecture. The Governor requests for the support of all to ensure the success of these initiatives.
“At GAC, we understand that the intelligence and professionalism of the man behind the uniform and the engineering excellence of the machine he drives unleash the ultimate law enforcement hardware. Therefore, we take extra care in making sure our cars meet world class standards.” Said Chief Diana Chen, Chairman of CIG Motors, the sole distributors of GAC Motors in Nigeria.
“We remain steadfast in our vision and commitment to providing the best driving experience for all.”
The ceremony is being attended by distinguished guests including The Edo State Governor, Godwin Nogheghase Obaseki, Deputy Governor Rt. Hon Philip Shaibu, Secretary to the State Governor, Barrister Osarodion Ogie Esq. and the Chairman Edo State Security Trust Fund, Aigboje Aig-Imoukhuede.