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    Business Innoson Motors Delivers 77 New Vehicles To FRSC (Images) – Tori News

    Innoson is a Nigerian automotive firm which builds, assembles and make its cars in Nigeria. It was widely reported that FG Procures 77 new vehicles for FRSC Operations and this supply comes from Innoson Motors.... Read more via Tori News – http://bit.ly/2V0ycQN Get more: Nigeria Business News
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    Metro Why we were absent in court – Innoson – Premium Times Newspaper

    Innoson Motors and its chairman, Innocent Chukwuma, have given reasons for their absence in a criminal trial, saying they were not aware the forgery and fraud trial had been assigned to... Read more via Premium Times Newspaper – https://ift.tt/2KR2znv Get More Nigeria Metro News
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    Business Court Orders EFCC To Produce Innoson Motors Boss For Trial Over Alleged Fraud – Stella Dimoko Korkus.com

    Innocent Chukwuma, the Chairman of Innoson Motors Ltd, on Wednesday in Lagos failed to appear for his scheduled arraignment for the sixth time over alleged fraud. Chukwuma was scheduled to appear before a new judge, Justice Olusola Williams, at an Ikeja Special Offences Court. Following the...
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    Metro NJC Dismisses Innoson Motors Chairman’s Petition Against Lagos Judge – Nairaland

    The National Judicial Council has dismissed a petition written by the Chairman of Innoson Motors, Chief Innocent Chukwuma, against Justice Mojisola Dada of the Lagos State Special Offences Court in Ikeja, Lagos. The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission … Read more via Nairaland –...
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    Business Innoson Motors denies retracting position on ‘N14 billion judgment’ against GTBank – PremiumTimes ..

    Innoson Motors on Wednesday said its earlier position on the outcome of the Supreme Court sitting in a suit involving GTBank remains valid. The suit involved a temporary motion brought by GTBank in an ongoing dispute over transaction charges. The indigenous automaker said, by implication, …...
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