OGSAA Begins Sales Of Mobile Advert Stickers For Motorists In Ogun - THE ENCOUNTER NEWS

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Friday, January 1, 2021

OGSAA Begins Sales Of Mobile Advert Stickers For Motorists In Ogun


ABEOKUTA - Ogun State Signage and Advertising Agency, in partnership with Penthouse Media has began compulsory sales of mobile advert stickers for motorists across the state as part of efforts to increase the state government IGR.


Speaking at the launch of the 2021 Mobile Advert Stickers for motorists on Wednesday in Abeokuta, the General Manager of the agency, Mr. Fola Onifade  said the launching of the stickers would create room for more Public Private Partnership (PPP) in the state, just as Governor Dapo Abiodun is ready to provide enabling environment for public private sector partnership to thrive well.


His words: “It is very easy to access, rather than traveling to other states. All they have to do is to go to banks, local governments or going to our offices across the state. Taskforce will be on ground to monitor those that refused to comply”.


Speaking at the occasion, Kuyebi described the new initiative as a welcome development, expressing hope that it would be a prosperous partnership between the OGSAA and Penthouse.


Also speaking, the CEO Penthouse Media, Mr.  Ayo Osipitan revealed that the stickers would help improve the revenue generation of the state, saying it would also reduce the stress of traveling to other states to obtain it.


He added that a taskforce would be inaugurated to deal with defaulters and those who might want to fake the stickers, among other offences.


He called on people of Ogun State to take advantage of the project to enhance development of the Gateway State, promising that Penthouse Media being the sole firm to produce the stickers would ensure effectiveness in the discharge of its duties.


The cost range of the branding is from N38,000 to N1,000.


The full branding amount is solely meant for trailers, trucks and coaster buses, while the partial branding will cost N9,000. Also, buses, pickups and sports utility vehicle (SUV) are to pay N29,000 for full branding, just as N7,000 is slated for partial branding.


Car owners will pay between N15,000 and N3,000 for full and partial branding respectively, while tricycles, motorcycles and pushcarts will be charged N10,000 and N1,000 for full and partial branding too.


Dignitaries at the launch included the Chairman of the agency, Temitope Kuyebi; General Manager, Fola Onifade; Yusuf Adejojo, Chairman, Ogun State House Committee on Advertisement; Ayo Osipitan, CEO, Penthouse Media, and hosts of others.


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