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Unclad Girls In Lekki: LASAA Suspends Firm's Licence Over Indecent Advertisement

A video of an advertisement van that was carrying
half Unclad dancing girls at the Lekki toll gate
went viral this morning. The Lagos State Signage
and Advertisement Agency has now suspended
the license of the firm that owns the van.
LASAA Suspends Firm's Licence over
Indecent Advertisement
editor August 3, 2019 3:23 Pm
The Lagos State Signage & Advertisement
Agency(LASAA) has suspended, pending
final investigation, the practicing Licence of
an advertising firm, Provision Media System
Limited, over indecent advertisement around
the Lekki/Ikoyi toll gate.
A statement signed by the Managing
Director of LASAA, Mr. Mobolaji Sanusi, on
Saturday, said the unregistered mobile
advertising truck which had no valid
registration for the current year 2019 was
“illegally deployed in engaging in abysmally
debasing projection of semi-nude women for
several hours around the Lekki/Ikoyi toll
LASAA said a check on its records for the
current year 2019 confirmed that the truck
with Lagos State plate number APP713XL
was not registered with the agency for the
deplorable purpose for which it was
deployed by the company on Saturday.
“We wish to state, without equivocation
that, no outdoor mobile advert truck within
the jurisdiction of our dear state is licensed
to display such crass immorality of the
calibre that the owner(s) of this
unregistered truck exhibited on our roads
over the weekend”, the agency said.
The agency warned that “the government of
Lagos State, under the leadership of
Governor Babajide Sanwoolu, has zero
tolerance for any slightest attempt by
anyone, under whatever guise, to debase
the moral fabric of our dear state. Nobody/
company can hide under the guise of
engaging in outdoor advertising business to
display obscenity that is antithetical to our
cherished cultural and moral values.”
It added that the full weight of the law, as
enshrined in the agency’s extant law, will be
meted on the company owning this erring
outdoor mobile truck after due
investigations must have been concluded.
LASAA also assured members of the public
that the agency would henceforth scrutinise
activities of mobile trucks to forestall a
recurrence of such an avoidable obscenity.
“The state under Governor Babajide
Sanwoolu will not in any ramification
condone the use of outdoor advertisement
structures, whether static or mobile, to
perpetrate illegally obscene activities,” it

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