The military deemed the vehicles fit for deployment for its anti-terrorism Operation Lafiya Dole.
The collection was made known by the director, Army public relations; Brigadier General Sani Kukasheka Usman through a Facebook post.
Pictures of the received vehicles were also displayed for the public to view.
The Nigerian Army has collaborated with the Nnewi-based manufacturing firm, for the prompt supply of 100 vehicles, supply of appropriate gears, engines and chassis needed for immediate modifications and repairs of armoured fighting vehicles in the northeast theatre of operations.
Also comprised in the contract are the identification of requirements for production of armoured fighting vehicle in Nigerian Army Central Workshop in Kaduna, as well as improved capacity of Nigerian army soldiers to actively participate on the successful implementation of these joint ventures.
Meanwhile, Innoson motors had previously shared photos of the vehicles on social media.
Source: Naija News