In his quest to liberate the Nigerian Auto Repair Technicians from the sickness of underdevelopment in technology, Samuel Oloyede Oriowo, the Proprietor of NATA News magazine has launched an App.
According to him, “NATA News App is a Platform; specially designed for all stakeholders in the World Automotive Industry to come together to interact across the oceans and continents; in the comforts of their homes, offices and even when at relaxation spots; to engage in making their daily activities stress-free.”
He noted that: “This platform is also designed within our website ambit to make information available to you any time of the day and or night; at your own pleasure.”
He urged all stakeholders in the industry here in Nigeria and from all over the world to embrace and cultivate the habit of using his NATA News TV Platform and NATA News App to make a wider reaches out to their esteemed customers as well as would be customers.
Specifically, Samuel Oloyede Oriowo encouraged members of the Nigeria Automobile Technicians Association to seek for knowledge and improvement in their skills through his organisation’s App, saying: “This is our contribution to place you NATA members and indeed would be members, other Nigerian Motorists, Vehicle Owners, Students of the various Automotive Repair Institutions and indeed Auto Enthusiasts on a global scale to have easy access in getting prompt solutions to whatever mirages of challenges that you might be confronted in your (daily) endeavours.”
Mr. Samuel Oloyede Oriowo who also gave a hint of his plans to get daily minute-by-minute news breaks from the industry across to the technicians via SMS Portal was in joyous celebration mood throughout the event; which was streamed live unto viewers via NATA News website.
Speaking through his Head of Operations, the FRSC Zonal Commanding Officer, ACM Samuel Obayemi; who was one of the Special Guests of Honour said the launch of NATA News APP is a welcome development that will help in creating more awareness for the automobile industry in Nigeria.
He urged all stakeholders in the industry to embrace the initiatives.
Chief S. J. Aina, the National Deputy President of Nigeria Automobile Technicians Association who stood in for his president at the launch also implored his members to seek for knowledge to continue to be relevant in the scheme of latest developments in the World Automotive Industry.
In his contributions, Comrade (Alhaji) Adebayo Jimoh Kolawole, National Vice President of Nigeria Automobile Technicians Association for South-West Zone who traveled from his Ado-Ekiti (Ekiti State) to witness the historic event lauded the proprietors of NATA News and encouraged them not to look back in taking his association members to the next level.
He revealed that the influx of the young energetic graduates taking up the profession of vehicle repairs has boosted the morale of practitioners in the industry.
Comrade Amos Oyerinde, the National Assistant Secretary for South-West of the nation-wide trade association as well as Comrade Olawale Obadeyi (Ogun State Chairman of NATA) and Comrade Wemimo Oladokun (Chairman, NATA Oyo State Chapter) witnessed the occasion with their General Secretaries.
Mr. Adegboye who represented the Managing Director of Elizade Motors, Mr. Ademola Ade-Ojo lauded the organizers for their positive endeavours in lifting the Nigerian Auto Repair Technicians through their various initiatives from the ambit of deficiency in latest technological prowess required to work on latest vehicles unto relevancy in the sector.
He conveyed his company’s message of goodwill and support at all times; while not leaving out possibility of future collaboration of initiatives in future to the proprietors of NATA News.