Presidency expresses worry over Gov. Ugwuanyi’s refusal to allow APC billboard

Officials of the Federal Government and senior members of the ruling party, All Progressives Congress, are worried over reports that the Enugu State Government has refused to allow owners of some billboards in the state capital to mount campaigns in favour of the party.

Officials of the Federal Government and senior members of the ruling party, All Progressives Congress, are worried over reports that the Enugu State Government has refused to allow owners of some billboards in the state capital to mount campaigns in favour of the party.
A case in point is the large billboard along the Akanu Ibiam International Airport, which has been paid for by the APC for use in the next three months.
The party had hoped to use the visit of the Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, to the state on Friday to launch the giant display but the state government has denied approval to the owner even when the art work had been concluded.
Osinbajo is expected to chair the launch of book by a former Governor of the State, Sullivan Chime, and also commission the new campaign headquarters of the APC flagbearer, Senator Ayogu Eze.
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