Reactions as photos of “Ezugwu” the locally built Nigerian armored vehicle emerge online
By Olisking | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 19713 views
Nigeria military have acquired many sophisticated equipment and gadgets in recent years with the aim of crushing the prevailing operations of Boko Haram in the North East and also protecting Nigeria's territorial integrity.
A newly unveiled armored vehicle allegedly manufactured in Nigeria to help ease the incidents of unexpected underground explosives leading to unprecedented fatalities in military operations.
“Pictures for illustrative purposes”
The vehicle was unveiled by Bashir Ahmad on Twitter, and he claimed that the vehicle named “Ezugwu” is mine resistant Ambush protected (MRAP) vehicle, locally built in Nigeria.
Bashir Ahmad also claimed that the vehicle named “Ezugwu” was built for Nigerian troops in front line fighting many enemies in the country.
Nigerians have however, reacted to the new development on Twitter, regarding his claims.
Screenshots are below
Is this a welcome development for the Nigerian military?
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