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Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by 5Ebiscoo: 6:24am On Dec 06
The Managing Director of Lagos State Signage and Advertisement Agency (LASAA), Mobolaji Sanusi, says the removal of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate’s Jimi Agbaje posters on third mainland bridge is not politically motivated.

According to him, some of the installations of the A-frame posters by the PDP candidate contravene the LASAA guidelines.

LASAA boss said this on Wednesday during a security and stakeholders meeting with the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and political parties summoned by the Lagos Commissioner of Police, Imohimi Edgal.

He explained further that the agency has guidelines but many political candidates are flouting the rules. He recommended that politicians should play by the rules and make an official request to the agency before deploying their A-frame posters and billboards.

Sanusi added that the agency usually cleans up the state on weekly basis to remove any poster or billboards mounted illegally across the state.

The police boss in response advised all participants and political candidates to always engage the agency before pasting and mounting billboards.

The reaction of the government-owned advertising agency comes few days after PDP governorship candidate, Agbaje, raised the alarm that the party’s campaign billboards had been vandalised.

Agbaje in a tweet on his official handle described the act as tyranny, adding, however, that the party refuses to be oppressed or pushed into a corner.

He also claimed that some of the party’s deployment staff had been threatened and warned to desist from doing their job.

http://mcebiscoo.com/2018/12/06/why-we-removed-jimi-agbajes-billboard-on-third-mainland-bridge-lasaa/

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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by izzou(m): 6:25am On Dec 06
grin

Agbaje isn't making much noise as I expected

He is going against the waves. He should expect such.

The only thing I know is that Agbaje will win in Local governments like Amuwo Odofin, Ojo and probably Badagry(These ones dey vex for APC)

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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by Makito015(m): 6:27am On Dec 06
Anti Pdp

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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by DWJOBScom(m): 6:29am On Dec 06
And from my house to Victoria island, you have APC candidates everywhere and they don’t contravene nothing?!

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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by calberian: 6:36am On Dec 06
The report just states that the ads contravene state laws on such ads but it doesn't state the particular law(s) being contravened.

This clarification must be done for transparency sake ( grin who am I kidding?).

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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by Aquariann: 6:36am On Dec 06
Lol.. Jimi probably has a short memory. During the 2015 campaigns, APC posters were removed from the 3rd Mainland bridge with the excuse that it was built by and belonged to the FG and not the Lagos state government.

Somebody should remind Jimi that APC now controls both FG and Lagos.

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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by daxclusive1: 6:36am On Dec 06
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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by landmark86: 6:36am On Dec 06
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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by NessaBoo(f): 6:38am On Dec 06
Sanusi added that the agency usually cleans up the state on weekly basis to remove any poster or billboards mounted illegally across the state.

The agency doesn't know the road to Ikeja under bridge abi? And all other places where APC posters are littered...

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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by eghuan1(m): 6:38am On Dec 06
But what about those APC posters on bourdillon?

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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by millhouse: 6:38am On Dec 06
DWJOBScom:
And from my house to Victoria island, you have APC candidates everywhere and they don’t contravene nothing?!
u Dey mind the agency ? Them Dey work for their principal

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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by 01mcfadden(m): 6:38am On Dec 06
Tyranny

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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by MrSix: 6:38am On Dec 06
One thing about Nigeria is that, once you're a pastor, politician or maybe yeyebrity, and somebody opposes you, the person has an ill feeling towards you. He's a politicIan but the right thing needs be done.








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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by Omojolaray(m): 6:39am On Dec 06
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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by Wiseandtrue(f): 6:39am On Dec 06
5Ebiscoo:


The police boss in response advised all participants and political candidates to always engage the agency before pasting and mounting billboards.

http://mcebiscoo.com/2018/12/06/why-we-removed-jimi-agbajes-billboard-on-third-mainland-bridge-lasaa/
Even if they engage the agency, you will still frustrate their efforts!

Afterall APC is your employer!

But bear in mind that Lagos State belongs to everyone!

APC needs not be afraid of a poster if they are sure of their own competence!

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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by pawesome(m): 6:41am On Dec 06
So of all the billboards round Lagos, is only Jimmy's own the contravene's d nonsense law

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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by Lexusgs430: 6:42am On Dec 06
APC trying to suppress the opposition......

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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by TheGreenLand: 6:42am On Dec 06
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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by dancewith: 6:43am On Dec 06
If not that Nigerian elections are so callously and openly rigged one would expect the electorates in Lagos to stage an open revolt and vote against this type of lies and intimidation.

It is only here that people would lie openly, knowing that those they are lying to knows they are lying and expect no consequences

Sadly the elections are rarely credible and as such you would expect this type of nonsense.

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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by amazon14: 6:43am On Dec 06
DWJOBScom:
And from my house to Victoria island, you have APC candidates everywhere and they don’t contravene nothing?!

You dey mind them. Nigeria has gone to the hand of dogs with this APC administration, especially from North to West

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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by Opinionated: 6:44am On Dec 06
Over to you PDP.

People in Jimi Agbaje's camp need to show him this.

He needs it.
Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by Lawalemi(m): 6:44am On Dec 06
He is very MARD! As at this morning, Sanwo-Olu bill boards have also flooded the same bridge. What specification has Sanwo Olu boards meet that Agbaje didn't. Tyrants that will end very shamefully soon

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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by Onlinealaba(m): 6:45am On Dec 06
We should desist from politics of bitterness, not healthy..by the way am yet to start seeing Jimi posters in Ojo, Alaba precisely.. only APC posters are littered here..defacing walls as usual

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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by netpro(m): 6:46am On Dec 06


A Man of Character worthy of emulation. President Buhari all the way!

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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by Unekwunice: 6:47am On Dec 06
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Fixed Games My Ass
Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by amazon14: 6:48am On Dec 06
APC and Buhari or Jubril represents evil, until we get rid of them things won't go well in this country.

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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by womjomfashion(f): 6:55am On Dec 06
Dont be playing politics with everything.

Why must it be now.

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Re: Why We Removed Jimi Agbaje’s Billboard On Third Mainland Bridge: LASAA by Denikayan: 6:56am On Dec 06
grin grin grin


What a way to deal with the opposition

Please remove all of Athiefku's bill board

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