NATA holds Quadrennial Conference



The Nigeria Automobile Technicians Association (NATA) held its 6th National Quadrennial National Delegates Conference on 16-17 of January 2018 at Zafike Hotel, Benin City, Edo State. There were delegates from thirty-two states in attendanc

The high point of the Conference was the election of 30 new executives to pilot the affairs of the Association for the next four years.

The elections were keenly contested. In his speech before these commenced, the General Secretary of NATA Comrade Musa Yahaya said the National Secretariat had provided a level playing ground for all members interested in serving. And called on all those that would would be elected to always put NATA and its rank and file members first.

Com. Magaji Mohammad Sanni from the Kano state council emerged as president. In his acceptance speech he promised to provide inclusive leadership.

by Peter ADEJOBI




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