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First made-in-Nigeria phone debuts

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AfriOne Ltd., a technology-driven enterprise, on Friday unveiled its manufacturing and assembly plant for ‘Made in Nigeria’ phones and other technological devices, and declared readiness for create jobs and other social economic benefits.

Speaking at the inauguration ceremony at the plant located at Ilupeju Industrial Scheme, Lagos State, Mr Sahir Berry, chief executive officer of AfriOne, said that the plant was a technological breakthrough and precedent for the company and for Nigeria.

Berry said that with the inauguration of the plant served as a pioneer in the manufacture and assembly of high-end communication technology in the African space.
He said that the company’s state of the art facility was spread out over 20,000 square feet including Research and Development (R&D) and testing laboratories.

According to him, the facility will be able to produce 300,000 products in a month on its four production lines.

He said that the company’s brands of Smartphone would soon be unveiled into the Nigerian market.

“AfriOne champions corporate socio-economic development, while wholly supporting the ”Made in Nigeria” mantra.

 

Made in Nigeria PhonesAccording to him, the facility will be able to produce 300,000 products in a month on its four production lines.He said that the company’s brands of Smartphone would soon be unveiled into the Nigerian market.

“AfriOne champions corporate socio-economic development, while wholly supporting the ”Made in Nigeria” mantra.

“The company models products that utilise cutting-edge technology reflect a modern, sleek design and integrate the latest and arguably necessary financial technology such as mobile health, mobile education and mobile banking.

“This is all with the goal of facilitating connectivity among Nigerians and the rest of the world,” Berry said.

On his part, Mr. Hemang Kapur, co-founder of AfriOne, said that the products of the company were proudly and smartly crafted in Nigeria by Nigerians.

Kapur said that AfriOne served Africa’s largest socioeconomic power player with integrity.

He said that the company was hosting cutting-edge technology, stylish design, affordable price points and particularly, an inherent commitment to financial integration.

According to him, the financial integration was through the automatically installed mobile banking and financial technology, through the NowNow application.

According to him, the facility will be able to produce 300,000 products in a month on its four production lines.

He said that the company’s brands of Smartphone would soon be unveiled into the Nigerian market.

“AfriOne champions corporate socio-economic development, while wholly supporting the ”Made in Nigeria” mantra.

“The company models products that utilise cutting-edge technology reflect a modern, sleek design and integrate the latest and arguably necessary financial technology such as mobile health, mobile education and mobile banking.

“This is all with the goal of facilitating connectivity among Nigerians and the rest of the world,” Berry said.

On his part, Mr. Hemang Kapur, co-founder of AfriOne, said that the products of the company were proudly and smartly crafted in Nigeria by Nigerians.

Kapur said that AfriOne served Africa’s largest socioeconomic power player with integrity.

He said that the company was hosting cutting-edge technology, stylish design, affordable price points and particularly, an inherent commitment to financial integration.

According to him, the financial integration was through the automatically installed mobile banking and financial technology, through the NowNow application.

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