A young Nigerian man constructs the country’s first locally produced sports car (Photos)

A young Nigerian man constructs the country's first locally produced sports car (Photos)

Jerry Issac Mallo, a 28-year-old Nigerian, has made history by creating the first luxury sports car ever built in West Africa and Nigeria.

According to reports, Jerry Mallo, a fabrication engineer and the CEO of Bennie Technologies LTD, began building toy cars out of trash when he was very young.

At the age of 18, while still in high school, he created his first “life-size” car out of trash.

After completing his primary and secondary education in Plateau as a student of art, the man from Plateau studied engineering on a scholarship at the University of Hertfordshire in the UK.

Nigeria’s first sports car was created by a Nigerian man named Jerry Mallo.
Jerry Mallo, however, interrupted his studies in the UK to move to Nigeria to start a car manufacturing business.

At the time, he said that Africa is equipped with the necessary raw resources for the manufacture of automobiles.

When the Bennie Purrie, Nigeria’s first luxury sports automobile, was introduced in November 2019, the creative engineer made his mark.

Carbon fiber was used in the design of the automobile to give it a “robust safety quality.”

Jerry Mallo has created Nigeria’s first home-made ventilator that is employed in the fight against Covid-19 in addition to his automobile product.

According to Moyyero, Jerry Mallo stated that such automobiles were “built from aluminum or galvanized sheets that cannot absorb shocks at high speed,” which is why people were crushed in them during crashes.

According to reports, he also owns a business that produces agricultural equipment.

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