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Anambra Government Clarifies Levy on Burial Posters

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Anambra State government has clarified levies fixed for pasting of burial posters in the state.

Managing Director of the State Signage and Advertisement Agency, Odili Ujubuoñu, said the rates were erroneous.

Ujubuonu explained that the directional sign for ease of identification of location of burial remains free of charge.

The Director added that the levy will help to reduce the rate at which people deface the environment in the name of pasting burial posters.


Written by: Helen Obih

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