Ifeanyi Ubah Pays Courtesy Call To Innoson Despite Lingering Court Cases

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Chief Ifeanyi Ubah, an APGA aspirant in 2019 Anambra South Senatorial District Election on Thurs 13th September, 2018 paid a courtesy call to Chief Dr Innocent Chukwuma, OFR at the premises of Innoson Vehicles Manufacturing Company Ltd Nnewi despite the lingering court vcases between him and his elder brother, Chief Gabriel Chukwuma (Nnanyelugo Nnewi). It must be noted that there has been a long legal battle between Ifeanyi Ubah and Chief Gabriel Chukwuma on the ownership of Gabros Stadium and Football Club.

Ifeanyi Ubah who came to officially inform Innoson about his senatorial ambition sought for his blessings and support towards the realisation of his ambition.

Furthermore while taking a facility tour of the vehicle plant, Dr Ubah noted in amazement that he has seen first hand that truly Innoson manufactures vehicles and immediately ordered for units of Innoson Vehicles.

Innoson thereafter thanked Ifeanyi Ubah for his patronage of his vehicles and wished him well in his aspirations just as he wished other aspirants who had visited him earlier on.

Cornel Osigwe
Head, Corporate Communications
Innoson Group

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