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7 Nigerian students construct a Minibus – We getting there??

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7 Nigerian students construct a Minibus – We getting there??
L-R: Ezeigwe Chitoo, Obinani Victor, Ogbu Thaddeus, Okoro Chinaza, Ezeanolue Ifeanyi, Nwobodo Nnamdi, and Ominigbo Fidelis
L-R: Ezeigwe Chitoo, Obinani Victor, Ogbu Thaddeus, Okoro Chinaza, Ezeanolue Ifeanyi, Nwobodo Nnamdi, and Ominigbo Fidelis

 

According to him, the bus was constructed from start to finish, inside the mechanical workshop of the university. He disclosed that the project was aimed at advancing the ergonomic standard of existing shuttle buses. The bus can be compared to other foreign produced ones and it is outstanding.  Also speaking, a member of the team,  Ifeanyi  said: “The AUTOZIK team had gone through a whole lot before arriving at this platform. When we started, many thought we will not come this far, but today they have come to rejoice with us.

“We thank God, who has brought us this far, we also thank our supervisor and the Head of Department Dr. C.H. Achebe, for his fatherly advice and support throughout the duration of the project,” he happily said. The bus was test-driven within and outside the university to prove that it was movable, durable and above all, fully made in Nigeria. Some of the students of the department, in an interview, commended the efforts of Dr. Achebe and his team of lecturers, who, according to them, were doing great job, by igniting the spirit and the zeal of invention and innovation in Nigeria.

The minibus

Greatly impressive stuff….way to go! I really hope this feat is allowed to fester on a larger scale.

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