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|We Paste Political Campaign Posters In Lagos, Nigeria by NijaPOSTERS: 9:05am On Oct 04, 2021
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|Re: We Paste Political Campaign Posters In Lagos, Nigeria by NijaPOSTERS: 9:41am On Oct 10, 2021
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|Re: We Paste Political Campaign Posters In Lagos, Nigeria by NijaPOSTERS: 2:32pm On Oct 30, 2021
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|Re: We Paste Political Campaign Posters In Lagos, Nigeria by NijaPOSTERS: 10:14am On Nov 26, 2021
*LASAA LAUNCHES 2022 MOBILE ADVERT STICKERS FOR BRANDED VEHICLES*
Lagos State Signage and Advertisement Agency (LASAA), an agency responsible for the control and regulation of advertisement displays in Lagos State, has announced the launch of its 2022 mobile advert stickers.
Managing Director of LASAA, Prince Adedamola Docemo, in a statement released in Ikeja yesterday, said the agency would not use the traditional ceremony for this year’s launch, noting that with the launch, “The 2022 mobile advert sticker will be in force effective January 2022, hence the 2021 sticker will become invalid from January 1, 2022 as all mobile advert stickers will expire on December 31, 2021.”
He explained that the launch is “To review and redefine the mobile advert sticker product and use the opportunity to holistically assess the process for better performance.”
Prince Docemo disclosed that the 2022 sticker has been upgraded with a QR code scanner application, which is readable with a simple smartphone. According to him, “The sticker has been enhanced with internal control mechanism, which comes with a hologram-finish and specialised bar codes with serial numbers.”
He said the improved security features of the sticker have anti-counterfeit properties, which run on a robust and secure database platform, an authentication system against fraud.
Prince Docemo explained that this layer of security measure is to ease confirmation and quicken the process of compliance for clients. He added that all branded vehicles state-wide will be easily captured on mobile advert, thereby making the agency’s ability to monitor compliance and enforcement work much easier.
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|Re: We Paste Political Campaign Posters In Lagos, Nigeria by NijaPOSTERS: 9:57am On Feb 26, 2022
BUHARI SIGNS ELECTORAL ACT AMENDMENT BILL INTO LAW
The Electoral Act Amendment Bill 2022 has been signed into law by President Muhammadu Buhari (retd.).
On Friday, President Buhari signed the bill at the Presidential Villa’s Council Chamber.
Professor Yemi Osinbajo, Vice President; Ahmed Lawan, President of the Senate; and Femi Gbajabiamila, Speaker of the House of Representatives, were all there to witness the signing of the Bill.
In his address, President Buhari said in line with established tradition, he received inputs from relevant ministries, departments and agencies of government after careful and thorough reviews of the Bill and its implications to democratic processes in Nigeria.
He said, “It is gratifying to note that the current Bill comes with a great deal of improvement from the previous Electoral Bill 2021. There are salient and praiseworthy provisions that could positively revolutionize elections in Nigeria through the introduction of new technological innovations. These innovations would guarantee the constitutional rights of citizens to vote and to do so effectively.
“The Bill would also improve and engender clarity, effectiveness and transparency of the election process, as well as reduce to the barest minimum incidences of acrimony arising from dissatisfied candidates and political parties.
“These commendable efforts are in line with our policy to bequeath posterity and landmark legal framework that paves the way for credible and sound electoral process that we would all be proud of.
“Distinguished Senators and Honourable Members of the National Assembly, from the review it is my perspective that the substance of the Bill is both reformative and progressive. I am making this bold declaration because I foresee the great potentials of the Bill. Worthy of note include the democratic efficacy of the Bill with particular reference to sections 3, 9(2), 34, 41, 47, 84(9), (10) and (11) among others.
“This, however, cannot be said about one provision as contained in the proposed Bill, which provision constitutes fundamental defect, as it is in conflict with extant constitutional provisions.
“Section 84 (12) constitutes a disenfranchisement of serving political office holders from voting or being voted for at Conventions or Congresses of any political party, for the purpose of the nomination of candidates for any election in cases where it holds earlier than 30 days to the National Election. The section provides as follows: “No political appointee at any level shall be voting delegate or be voted for at the Convention or Congress of any political party for the purpose of the nomination of candidates for any election”.
“This provision has introduced qualification and disqualification criteria that ultra vires the Constitution by way of importing blanket restriction and disqualification to serving political office holders of which they are constitutionally accorded protection.
“The practical application of section 84(12) of the Electoral Bill, 2022 will, if assented to, by operation of law, subject serving political office holders to inhibitions and restrictions referred to under section 40 and 42 of the 1999 Constitution (as amended).
“It is imperative to note that the only constitutional expectation placed on serving political office holders that qualify, by extension as public officers within the context of the constitution is resignation, withdrawal or retirement at least 30 days before the date of the election.
“Hence, it will be stretching things beyond the constitutional limit to import extraneous restriction into the constitution on account of practical application of section 84(12) of the bill where political parties’ conventions and congresses were to hold earlier than 30 days to the election.
“Arising from the foregoing, with particular regards to the benefits of the Bill, industry, time, resources and energy committed in its passage, I hereby assent to the Bill and request the Nationally Assembly to consider immediate amendments that will bring the Bill in tune with constitutionality by way of deleting section 84(12) accordingly.”
|Re: We Paste Political Campaign Posters In Lagos, Nigeria by NijaPOSTERS: 10:51am On Mar 19, 2022
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|Re: We Paste Political Campaign Posters In Lagos, Nigeria by NijaPOSTERS: 1:36pm On May 29, 2022
NBC can’t regulate advertising in Nigeria – Court rules
The Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has held that the Nigerian Broadcasting Commission (NBC) acted beyond its powers in seeking to regulate the practice of advertising in Nigeria contrary to the provisions of the extant Advertising Practitioners (Regulation) Act of 2004.
The court also declared that the NBC lacks the power to prohibit exclusivity on privately acquired intellectual property right in programme contents of a right holder viz a viz the salient provisions of the constitution and the copyright act.
Justice Ambrose Lewis-Allagoa also set aside the proposed amendment to the 6th Edition of the NBC Code for being ultra vires, incompetent null and void, and perpetually restrained the Commission from implementing it.
The court delivered the judgment, in a suit filed by a Lagos based journalist, Mr Femi Davies.
Mr Davies had approached the court contending among other things that the amendment sought by the defendant to the 6th edition of the Nigerian Broadcasting Code is in violation of his rights to own intellectual property in Nigeria over which he can exercise exclusive rights.
He had also argued that the amendment if allowed will greatly affect business and the development of the country as a whole as it will frustrate tonnes of investment and hard work of many years.
The NBC on its part had submitted that the amendment to the 6th broadcasting code was done to protect local operators, promote creativity and maximize local contents due to the anti trust provisions contained in the amendment.
It also claimed that the amendment was intended to among other things stimulate growth in the industry and attract foreign investment which would benefit the media industry generally.
But the plaintiff, Mr Davies argued amongst other things, that if allowed, the amendment would greatly violate his right to a fair hearing.
He asked the court to uphold his six reliefs as set out in his originating summons.
The plaintiff’s reliefs include “a declaration that the NBC lacks the requisite vires to prohibit exclusivity on privately acquired intellectual property right in program content of a right-holder viz-a-viz the salient provisions of the constitution and the Copyright Act.
“A declaration that the commission acted ultra-vires in so far as it sought to regulate the practice of advertising in Nigeria contrary to the provisions of the extant Advertising Practitioners (Registration, etc) Act, 2004.
“A declaration that the commission acted ultra vires when it sought to retroactively compel right holders of programme content to compulsorily share extant right acquired under existing licence under the proposed amendment to the 6th Edition of the NBC Code.
“A declaration that the commission acted ultra vires when it sought to retroactively compel right holders of programme content to compulsorily share extant right acquired through a partnership and /or joint venture with an investor under the proposed Amendment to NBC Code.
“An order setting aside the amendment of the NBC Code and an order of perpetual injunction restraining the NBC from implementing the Amendment to the NBC Code.
In his judgment, Justice Lewis-Allagoa held:
“I agree with the submission that acquisition of exclusive rights to Broadcast a particular program is an investment for returns and by virtue of the above-stated provisions, no one should be forced to surrender same when it is lawfully acquired…
“I am in agreement with the plaintiff counsel that the said proposed amendment is a violation of the principle of fair hearing and natural justice. The proposed amendment purports that the defendant NBC shall without any fact-finding or recourse to the other party place the advertising agency on its black list, solely based on the complaint of a media house to the defendant and the defendant acting has the authority to itself shall pass its verdict without hearing the other parties.
“I have determined the questions in the originating summon in favour of the plaintiff.
“For reasons hereinbefore given, consequently, all the reliefs sought by the plaintiff are granted as prayed. That is the judgment of the court .”
|Re: We Paste Political Campaign Posters In Lagos, Nigeria by NijaPOSTERS: 6:13pm On Jun 12, 2022
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|Re: We Paste Political Campaign Posters In Lagos, Nigeria by NijaPOSTERS: 5:33am On Jun 28, 2022
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|Re: We Paste Political Campaign Posters In Lagos, Nigeria by NijaPOSTERS: 1:48pm On Jul 19, 2022
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|Re: We Paste Political Campaign Posters In Lagos, Nigeria by NijaPOSTERS: 3:46am On Aug 02, 2022
*NEW ADVERTISING REGULATORY LAW INTENDED TO STRENGTHEN INDUSTRY, Says Lai Mohammed*
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed has explained that the recent signing of Advertising Regulatory Council of Nigeria (ARCON) into law by President Muhammadu Buhari was informed by the resolve to strengthen the nation’s integrated marketing communications space.
Last week, President Buhari appended his signature to the ARCON Bill (now an Act), which repeals the Advertising Practitioners (Registration, etc.) Act, Cap. A7, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004 and enacts the Advertising Regulatory Council of Nigeria (ARCON) Act, 2022. ARCON is now recognised as the apex authority for the Nigerian advertising industry.
Mohammed said the Federal Government believes that, if properly carried out, the reforms would enable the regulatory body sanitise the advertising regulatory environment, encourage inclusive growth, attract investments to the sector, and enhance the operating environment for practitioners.
In his paper titled, ‘The New World Order: Digital Transformation in Communication”, the Minister described advertising and brand marketing as prime examples of sectors where consumer data is critical; hence the need for advertising practitioners to leverage technology for direct engagement with the audiences.
He noted that, in a rapidly changing world in terms of dynamics of opportunity and risks, talking directly with consumers in a data-enabled environment would take brands and entrepreneurs closer to their consumers more than ever before.
Mohammed therefore called on advertising practitioners to position themselves in a way that they would be able to avail themselves of the entrepreneurial opportunities awaiting them between technology and advertising.
By the new law, it is now APCON’s statutory responsibility to make provisions for the regulation and control of advertising in all its ramifications and create the Advertising Offences Tribunal among other powers.
APCON Registrar Dr Lekan Fadolapo had hinted that the ARCON bill was before the National Assembly and that the name change was imperative to the realisation of his vision to reposition the advertising industry in Nigeria for growth.
|Re: We Paste Political Campaign Posters In Lagos, Nigeria by NijaPOSTERS: 4:11pm On Aug 14, 2022
INEC bans election posters, threatens sanctions against violators.
The electoral body threatens to wield the big stick.
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has banned the display of electioneering posters and the airing of election messages, threatening sanctions against violators ahead of the 2015 elections.
The electoral body said it was poised to enforce the law limiting electioneering campaigns to three months before polling day.
“It is observed that campaign posters are being indiscriminately displayed, while electioneering broadcasts are being aired outside the statutory provision for campaigning towards elections into various elective offices,” INEC said in a statement by its spokesperson, Kayode Idowu.
“This trend is unhealthy and portends ill for the political process. Indeed, it is a threat to Nigeria’s democracy.”
Campaign posters, mainly those for the 2015 presidential elections, have recently flooded parts of Abuja.
In the past few weeks, posters of Jigawa state governor, Sule Lamido and Rivers state governor, Chibuike Amaechi-both under the Peoples Democratic Party; and those of former military head of state, Muhammadu Buhari- under the proposed All Progressive Congress; have appeared in several parts of the federal capital.
The leaders have all denied any responsibility for the bills, claiming they were the handiwork of “mischief makers”.
The electoral body, INEC, said the posters were “heating up the polity”, and it will act to stop the trend.
“The Commission hereby reminds all players of the provision of Section 99(1) of the Electoral Act 2010 (As Amended), which states as follows:
“For the purpose of this Act, the period of campaigning in public by every political party shall commence 90 days before polling day and end 24 hours prior to that day.”
Political parties are advised to note that campaigning outside this provision is a violation of the law, and the Commission will not hesitate to apply appropriate sanctions against culprits as provided by relevant sections of the law,” the statement said.
It called on security agents to apprehend violators of the rule, whose activities in this regard pose a threat to public order.
|Re: We Paste Political Campaign Posters In Lagos, Nigeria by NijaPOSTERS: 9:54am On Sep 21, 2022
INEC Releases List of Presidential, NASS Candidates. List Shows Just One Female Presidential Candidate
September 20, 2022
In compliance with the Time Table and Schedule of Activities for the 2023 general elections released by Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) last February, the final list of candidates for next year’s presidential and National Assembly polls was published today.
The list confirms the names of the candidates and their political parties as they will feature for in the general elections scheduled for 25th February 2023.
Titled, ‘Final list of candidates for national elections – (Presidential, Senatorial and House of Representatives)’, the document contains the names, party, age, gender, academic qualifications and shows if there are Persons With Disabilities, PWDs.
The publication of the full names and addresses of all nominated candidates follows the political parties’ conduct of primaries and completion of the nomination exercise and submission of same to INEC.
According to INEC, all the 18 political parties have fielded candidates and their running mates for the Presidential election.
As expected, the three front-running candidates – Peter Obi of Labour Party, LP, Bola Ahmed Tinubu of All Progressives Congress, APC, and Abubakar Atiku of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP – are conspicuously listed. The only female presidential candidate is 44-year-old Princess Chichi Ojei of the Allied Peoples Movement, APM. There are no female presidential running mates either.
For legislative elections, 1,101 candidates are vying for 109 Senatorial seats and 3,122 candidates for Federal Constituencies i.e. House of Representatives seats, making a total of 4,223 candidates contesting for 469 legislative positions.
In terms of gender distribution, 3,875 candidates are male, made up of 35 for Presidential and Vice Presidential, 1,008 for Senate and 2,832 for House of Representatives.
381 females, comprising 1 for Presidential, 92 for Senate, and 288 for House of Representatives are contesting. There are also 11 Persons with Disability (PWDs) in the race.
The INEC statement explained the process leading to the final list: “Nigerians may recall that at end of the process, the personal particulars of all nominated candidates were displayed in their constituencies nationwide as provided by section 29(3) of the Electoral Act. Subsequently, validly nominated candidates had the opportunity to voluntarily withdraw their candidature by notice in writing and personally deliver such notice to the political party that nominated them for the election. Thereafter, political parties substituted such candidates under section 31 of the Electoral Act for which the last day was 15th July 2022 for national elections and 12th August 2022 for State elections as clearly provided in item 6 of the Commission’s Timetable and Schedule of Activities. Thereafter, no withdrawal or substitution of candidates is allowed except in the event of death as provided in section 34(1) of the Electoral Act or pursuant to an order of a Court of competent jurisdiction.”
The election for State Governorship and State Houses of Assembly is fixed for 11th March 2023, and the final list of candidates is to be published by INEC in two weeks.
|Re: We Paste Political Campaign Posters In Lagos, Nigeria by NijaPOSTERS: 3:53am On Oct 22, 2022
WHY POLITICAL CAMPAIGN POSTERS ARE A POWERFUL TOOL IN NIGERIA ELECTION CAMPAIGN
_writing by: Ernest Davids Nwafor_
A political campaign poster is design to encourage voters to vote, in a few but powerful words.
Posters have been an inherent part of political campaigns in Nigeria for decades.
Now, with the 2023 Nigeria elections approaching, political campaign posters have once again made a comeback to the streets of Nigeria.
While a large share of a political campaign’s work has shifted online, the good old posters, with their vibrant colours and ability to grab attention in public spaces, remain a classic.
Political campaign posters will help you take your campaign to the streets, bus stops, bridges and major highways of Nigeria and get more eyeballs and visibility.
Political campaign poster keeps you relevant, (remember, out of sight is out of mind) and
Inspire curiosity about your campaign.
So, do not underestimate the power of poster advertising while campaigning for 2023 elections in Nigeria.
Pasting of posters requires skills, tactics, experience and professionalism. So, don't patronize touts to paste your campaign posters. Seek the services of professional poster pasting agency.
Symmetric Communications, is the best and leading poster pasting company in Nigeria, and Africa.
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|Re: We Paste Political Campaign Posters In Lagos, Nigeria by WartBumpKeloid: 4:15am On Jan 02, 2023
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|Re: We Paste Political Campaign Posters In Lagos, Nigeria by Mediamix247: 2:41pm On Apr 12, 2023
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