2023: Ogun Signage Agency Cautions Political Parties
Ogun State Signage and Advertising Agency (OGSAA) has asked political parties and candidates to follow the due process, before erecting campaign billboards or pasting of posters for the 2023 polls.
General manager of the agency, Fola Onifade, in an interview with a Rockcity FM correspondent, Tobi Ojeleye, said the process for erecting electioneering campaign billboards and posters in the state, has been made easier for political parties and candidates.
The agency warns that any billboard erected, or posters pasted without complying with the stipulated guidelines, will be removed.
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Onifade warns that the agency is determined to enforce the existing law on the on political billboards and posters against any political party or candidate, ahead of the 2023 polls.
He also dsmissed allegation by some politicians that the fee for erecting electioneering campaign billboards and pasting of posters in the state has been increased, ahead of the 2023 polls.
Onifade is silent on the fees stipulated for the erection of the billboards and pasting of posters, asking those interested to visit the agency website on www.ogsaa.og.gov.ng for prices and more details.