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Redesigned Innoson Logo Gets The Attention Of The Company’s Chairman




The highly-publicized redesigned Innoson logo has gotten the attention of the Chairman of Inosson Vehicle Manufacturing (IVM).

Recall that Osuolale Farouq, a brand identity designer, recently redesigned the logo of IVM. He put it on social media and tagged the company.

This action got the attention of the company’s social media handlers.

Earlier in the week, the company social media handlers acknowledged the tweet. They later subjected the old and the redesigned logo to a vote by the online community.

In the tweet,  “Another logo for the African Pride #IVM. Let’s settle this.

Like for our current logo

Retweet for the new logo

Thanks @osuolale_farouq for the design”.

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The new logo also earned overwhelming acceptance and approval from the online community.

According to a tweet on the official handle of IVM,  the redesigned logo has gotten the interest of the Chairman of the company, Chief Innocent Chukwuma.

In the tweet, Osuolale Farouq, requested for a meeting with the Chairman of the company.

In the tweet, he said:

“Dear @osuolale_farouq the attention of the Chairman/CEO of @Innosonvehicles has been called upon on your creative re-design of IVM logo. The Chairman is highly impressed and has requested for a meeting with you. Please DM to us your contact details for possible reach. Regards”

Redesigned Innoson Logo

The Redesigned Innoson  Logo

Redesigned Innoson Logo

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Redesigned Innoson Logo

Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing Co. Ltd.

Over the years, IVM has enjoyed the patronage of diverse institutions. Some institutions that patronize the company include the governments of Enugu, Ebonyi, Ekiti, Imo, Kogi, Anambra, Gombe, and Bauchi state, etc. The  Nigerian Military is also one of the patrons of the company.

Innoson vehicles are also used in Mali, Sierra Leone and Ghana.

According to IVM, 70% of their car parts are produced locally, while the rest is sourced from Japan, China, and Germany.



The Current IVM Logo

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