Admin l Wednesday, September 21, 2022
LAGOS, Nigeria – The Nigeria Auto Journalists Association, NAJA, the umbrella body of journalists covering the motoring and auto industry, has unanimously suspended from office, the vice chairman of the association, Tajudeen Adebanjo of The Nation Newspaper.
In a unanimous decision taken by members present at its extra-ordinary meeting held at the National Stadium, Lagos on Friday, the association passed a resolution authorizing the suspension of Adebanjo for gross misconduct and indiscipline.
NAJA also resolved to refer him to a disciplinary committee for further disciplinary action which could see him formally removed from office.
The meeting deliberated extensively on the weighty allegations against the vice chairman, in particular, his acts of alleged disobedience to the chairman, trying to cause division within the association, defamation of character as well as writing letters containing false accusations and allegations against the chairman and members to the auto stakeholders.