Tuesday, January 17, 2023


Umeh and Peter Obi's campaign billboards were taken down by the Anambra government. 

The Anambra State Government, according to the Labour Party (LP), is accused of removing the campaign billboards that were mounted at key locations in the state for Senator Victor Umeh and Peter Obi, the party's presidential and senatorial candidates for Anambra Central. 

The state governor, Chukwuma Soludo, was charged with giving the order in that regard by the party. 

The Anambra Signage and Advertising Agency (ANSAA) took down Obi and Umeh's large billboard on Saturday, according to a party chieftain who did not want to be named at this time. The billboard was located at the Unizik Temporary Site Flyover along the Enugu-Onitsha expressway.


He said, “The billboard at UNIZIK Temporary Site Junction along Enugu-Onitsha expressway was today (Saturday) removed on the orders of Soludo.

“The advert which was placed by an APCON registered Advertising Agency was fully paid for.

“Soludo said that he does not want Labour Party advert on such a strategic place and ordered the Anambra Signage Agency to refund the money it received for the advert.

“He also ordered the removal of the Labour Party advert at the Afor Nnobi Gantry. This Advert has been there since October, 2022 and was paid for five months.

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