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15 shops, 10 vehicles razed in Ebonyi

No fewer than 15 shops and about 10 vehicles were burnt to ashes at the Mechanic Village, Abakaliki, the Ebonyi State capital, in the early hours of Wednesday.

We are helping federal govt in war against terrorism – NATA President

“We have even persuaded some criminals to come and learn automobile or any other trade so we can have a peaceful society and my administration will continue in doing that” he stated.

Automobile, technicians seek support of Lagos govt

The Nigeria Automobile Technicians Association (NATA), on Thursday appealed to the Lagos government to allocate land for its members to build workshops across the state.

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