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The Nigerian Armoured Vehicle Company No One Told You About

Nigeria is largely regarded as a consuming nation that produces nothing but consumes everything. However, did you know that there is a Nigerian company that manufactures armoured vehicles?

 

Proforce Defence Limited is a total defence solution provider that specialises in armoured vehicles and personal protection. They are developers of security products within Nigeria and the African continent.

 

Proforce Armoured Vehicle

 

The company produces and exports armoured products for diplomatic communities, corporate bodies, government agencies and the private sector. They have produced machines that fit international and military standards.

 

The CEO of the company, Ade Ogundeyin, said in an interview,

“We have been able to export our services to other governments such as Rwanda, Central African Republic and South Sudan. Our vehicles are of international standard, and we have a wide range of armored vehicles. One of our strengths is our partnership with experts all over the world in Israel, South Africa and the US.”

 

Armored Vehicle

 

Ogundeyin continued,

“We have recently signed an MoU with the Defence Industries Corporation of Nigeria to start producing fighter jets, warships, drones, armored aerial vehicles and mine-resistant ambush personnel carriers. We started with mine-resistant ambush protected (MRAP) vehicles, which have a gross vehicle weight of 19 tons each. In the area of ammunitions, we partner with companies from South Africa to assemble those ones in Nigeria, too.”

 

Security Vehicles

 

The ammunition company, incorporated in 2008, has its manufacturing plant in Ode-Remi Ogun State, South-West Nigeria. They also have another plant in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

 

They manufacture high end products like: Armoured Personnel Carriers (APCs), Armoured Tanks, Armoured SUVs, Armoured Cash-In-Transit Vehicles (CITs), Tactical Armoured Vehicles (TAVs), Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV-Drones), Armoured Saloons and Sedans, Bulletproof Helmets and Vests, Military Trucks, Infantry Combat Vehicles (ICVs), Armoured Boats and Marine Vessels and Architectural Armouring (safe houses/rooms e.g. for banks and embassies).

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