JERRY ISAAC MALLO – (AGE 25)
Ladies and Gentlemen,
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Did you know that a Sports Car has been manufactured in Nigeria? Well, for those of you who are not aware, we are delighted to share with you the Exceptional Young Individual who has made this possible.
This young Fabrication Engineer who goes by name Jerry Isaac Mallo hails from Jos, Plateau State. He is the CEO of Bennie Technologies LTD. The company is into machine design, fabrication and manufacturing. His company has manufactured Nigeria’s very first sport car called Bennie Purrie. The natural materials which many refer to as carbon fibre, used in the manufacture of the vehicle gives the car its strength to weight ratio, that is to say that the automobile is five times lighter and ten times stronger than steel thus, securing the safety of drivers and passengers even while driving on high speed. The car contains four radiators, an impressive cooling system, 2.0 liter engine that generates almost 130 horsepower in 12 seconds. What an impressive innovation!
Mallo said the idea to delve into manufacturing was due to his exposure while at Europe. He said Nigeria is endowed with large amounts of raw and recyclable materials. In addition, many skilled and talented youths are doing nothing and there is a great market potential in Nigeria and Africa as a whole.
The 25 years old decided to write his name in the history book by producing something incredible and unprecedented.
The sports car was unveiled at Transcorp Hilton Hotel Abuja on the 28th of November, 2019 sponsored by the Plateau State Government. Jerry was interviewed by Channels Television where he talked expressly about his reason for manufacturing the vehicle. He has urged Nigerians and Africans to watch out for more innovative creations from Bennie Technologies LTD. He has stated that commercialization of vehicles will be available in about two years time.
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