Revenue Drive: OYSAA Goes After Defaulters, Removing Billboards

As a way of increasing the State Internally Generated Revenue, the Oyo State Signage and Advertisement Agency (OYSAA) has embarked on aggressive removal of defaulters’ billboards in the State.

The Director General of the Agency Hon. Temilola Segun Adibi, disclosed this while addressing the journalists in his Office, Secretariat, Ibadan.

Hon. Temilola Adibi stated that prior to this time, the Agency has warned the  Advertising Practitioners and other stakeholders to regularise their billboards and pay their debts or forfeit them to the Agency.

He maintained that owners and users of signage all over the world are expected to pay fees for their campaigns to the coffer of the Government. Hence, there is need for the Advertising Practitioners to fulfill their obligations to the Government.

The DG condemned the lackadaisical attitude of some Advertising Practitioners for not willing to pay their dues and stated further that it would not going to be business as usual but business with decorum.

Hon. Temilola Adibi said, the Agency would clampdown on any Advertising Practitioners who fail to comply with the rules and regulations of the Agency.

He explained that OYSAA will not condone any defaulter’s billboard on the street and billboard confiscated will attract serious sanctions before it is released to it owners.

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