This is eye catching. The new factory hopes to tap in demand for rail services in Africa.Apparently the second-hand Japanese rolling stock is also a temporary solution to the expansion of the commuter rail service because the capacity of the existing factory is full. Therefore, the commuter rail is served by both the Japanese and locally-made rolling stocks. However, a new, much bigger factory is still under construction and will roll its first batch next year after being delayed by the pandemic.
Man, why can’t we get a facility to also build out own trains?
Btw? Didn’t Japan supply them with technology transfer?