Union urges FCT min­is­ter on me­chanic vil­lages

Daily Trust - - BUSINESS - By Sun­day Michael Ogwu

The Nige­rian Au­to­mo­tive Tech­ni­cians As­so­ci­a­tion (NATA) has urged the Min­is­ter of the Federal Cap­i­tal Ter­ri­tory (FCT) Se­na­tor Bala Mo­hammed to look into the plight of its mem­bers.

The body has mem­bers drawn from auto me­chan­ics, auto-re­wire, auto air-con­di­tional, auto-bat­tery charg­ers and wheel- align­ment.

The as­so­ci­a­tion made the call at its Na­tional Ex­ec­u­tive Coun­cil meet­ing in Abuja, last week, urg­ing the min­is­ter to im­prove the op­er­at­ing en­vi­ron­ment of its mem­bers.

Ad­dress­ing the me­dia on the out­come of the meet­ing, Na­tional Pres­i­dent of the body Com­rade Ajayi Omon­ayin, com­mended Imo State Gover­nor Rochas Oko­rocha for unit­ing all au­to­mo­bile tech­ni­cians un­der the aus­pices of NATA and Ogun State Gover­nor Ibikunle Amo­sun for his cor­dial re­la­tion­ship with NATA.

Other res­o­lu­tions reached at the meet­ing were the adop­tion of their reg­is­tra­tion cer­tifi­cate from the Cor­po­rate Af­fairs Com­mis­sion (CAC), con­tin­ued em­pow­er­ment of mem­bers, es­pe­cially the ap­pren­tices, through the Federal Govern­ment SURE-P pro­gramme, SMEDAN and NDE.

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