The Nigeria Auto Journalists Association (NAJA) has slated its annual training and capacity workshop for August 24 in Lagos, with one of the themes focusing on Natural Gas (CNG, LNG, LPG) as an Alternative to Fuel Subsidy Removal.
Aimed at equipping the nation’s motoring journalists with the necessary reportorial skills as it relates to Nigeria’s automotive industry and globally, the 2023 edition will also feature another theme titled: “Motoring Journalists and Role of New Media in Automotive Reportage”.
In a statement, the NAJA Chairman, Mike Ochonma said two very critical themes have been chosen for the NAJA Training/Capacity Building workshop because of its crucial importance to Nigeria’s automotive industry.
According to him, it is imperative for journalists covering the automotive sector to be in sync with latest happenings in the sector, especially at this point in time that many Nigerians are clamouring for alternative fuel following the removal of subsidy on fuel.
He said: “The event will be bringing together critical stakeholders with deep knowledge of the auto industry to help educate motoring journalists on necessary reportorial skills as it relates to the industry and globally.”
Ochonma also called on stakeholders in the industry to support this year’s annual event for motoring journalists in Nigeria with a very large market for the automotive market.
Nigeria Auto Journalists Association is the umbrella body for the print, electronic and online journalists reporting the automotive industry in Nigeria.
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