Governor Rotimi Akeredolu Shares Face-masks From His Infiniti QX56 SUV
On May 1, 2020, the Governor of Ondo State, Rotimi Akeredolu, made the wearing of facemask for residents of the state mandatory.
Yesterday, Governor of Ondo State, Rotimi Akeredolu, went round the state capital, Akure, to monitor the level of compliance.
During the monitoring exercise, he seized the opportunity to share face-masks to residents of Akure. The Governor shared the facemasks right from his Infiniti QX56 SUV!
The Governor stacked the face-masks on the spacious armrest of the imposing SUV.
The Infiniti QX56 is a full-size luxury SUV. It is a relatively rare example of a full-size SUV. The SUV is based on a truck body. They come in the rear- or four-wheel drive.
From the window of his imposing QX56, Governor Rotimi Akeredolu handed facemasks to the excited residents of the state capital.
On 31 March 2010, Infiniti debuted the QX56 at the New York International Auto Show.
No longer sharing a platform with the F-Alpha-based Nissan Armada, the QX56 was now a luxury version of the Nissan Patrol.
The QX56 features a new 5.6L VK56VD V8 engine with direct injection and VVEL variable valve timing.
The powerful engine helps give the QX an increased towing capacity of up to 8,500 lb (3,856 kg). The engine is tied to a seven-speed sequential-shift automatic transmission with an all-new 4WD system.
They are available in seven- or eight-seat configurations. Its primary competitors are the Cadillac Escalade and Lincoln Navigator.
The QX56’s name was derived from its 5.6-litre V-8 engine. It was renamed QX80 for the 2014 model year.
See more photos of the Governor sharing facemask to Akure residents below.