Antjuan Simmons, 4-Star Ohio State Commit From Ann Arbor, Jokes That He “Might Not Make It Through The Week Alive”

first_imgAntjuan Simmons joked on Twitter.Twitter/@_antjuan_Antjuan Simmons lives in Ann Arbor, but he is committed to Ohio State football. The linebacker joked on Twitter that he’s worried about his safety ahead of next weekend’s edition of The Game.Simmons, a four-star outside linebacker who committed to the Buckeyes back in March, took to Twitter at the start of this rivalry week to crack a joke about his personal safety in Ann Arbor as a future member of Ohio State football.He’s fully committed, as well, refusing to use any letter ‘m’s, even the two in his last name.I’❌ the only Buckeye in Ann Arbor… Can I get a prayer or so… I ❌ight not ❌ake it through the week alive?? #rivalweek #stuckinahardplace— Antjuan Si❌❌ons (@_antjuan_) November 20, 2016Simmons chose Ohio State over his hometown Wolverines, as well as a number of other top programs, including Georgia, LSU, Miami, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Penn State, and Tennessee. He took a visit to Michigan State last weekend, alarming some Ohio State fans, but tweeted a Buckeye graphic afterwards. He seems pretty solid to Urban Meyer’s program.last_img read more

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Nexteer Automotive Opens its First African Plant in Kenitra Morocco

Rabat – The new facility will manufacture automobile parts including Electric Power Steering (EPS) systems for Groupe PSA (formerly PSA Peugeot Citroen). The facility will also manufacture Driveline systems for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), Groupe PSA and the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance.Construction of the 10,000 m2 Kenitra facility began in the first quarter of 2018. The facility is now gearing up for the start of production in September. Nexteer Automotive expects to hire 500 people for the plant by 2020.“Nexteer’s new Morocco plant is another milestone in our ongoing plan for global footprint diversification and expansion in regions strategically important to our key customers,” said Tao Liu, Global Chief Operating Officer of Nexteer Automotive, in a press release. Read also: King Mohammed VI Chairs Inauguration of PSA Group’s Kenitra Automotive PlantNexteer is a multi-billion dollar global steering and driveline business. The Kenitra facility is Nexteer’s 27th plant in the world, and its first on the African continent.The opening of the Nexteer plant strengthens Morocco’s competitiveness in the automobile industry and Kenitra’s position as a hub for the sector. Groupe PSA inaugurated its car factory site in Kenitra on June 20. It has a production capacity of 100 000 vehicles per year.At the inauguration of the new Nexteer plant, the Moroccan Minister of Industry Moulay Hafid Elalamy noted the facility “contributes to the integration of the value chain and the ascent of the Moroccan automotive industry.”Morocco is the largest automobile producer in Africa, with a production capacity of over 700,000 vehicles per year. read more

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