The Photos of the Talented Nigerian Engineers who made good use of the available local materials to build a Bat-mobile vehicle have been spotted.
According to what we learnt, the talented Nigerian Engineers who identified themselves as EJAAS are from Imo State and as a matter of fact, their website can be seen on the plate number of the vehicles.
Alex Ephraim is the founder of EJJAS and hails from Ogwuaga, Abba in Nwangele Local Government Area of Imo State. His Manufacturing company became popular in July 2011 when he started building Bat-Mobile Vehicles with the use of local materials.
Apart from being a car Manufacturer and Auto Technician, he is also a philanthropist.
He was able to establish this manufacturing company after obtaining his National Diploma in Agricultural Engineering from Federal Polytechnic Nekede located in Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria.
He later travelled to Europe to gain more experience in the skill and when he came back to Nigeria, Many Employers and companies offered him jobs but he snubbed them all.
Today, he is now seen as a blessing to his people.
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