Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Chinese Telecoms Giant Cancels Contract With Agency Over Political Posters In Lagos

                                    One of the illegal PDP adverts on poles paid for by Huawei
Chinese Telecoms services giant Huawei has cancelled its street lamp pole outdoor contract, with Lagos based outdoor advertising agency Touchpoint Limited over illegal deployment of  Goodluck Jonathan campaign materials on poles paid for by the company.

Huawei had secured the old tollgate location by Motorways, Ojota, Lagos, for a period of one year and had paid the mandatory Lagos State Signage & Advertisement Agency (LASAA) fee for their campaign.  Sources at Huawei said the deployment of Goodluck Jonathan campaign materials alongside theirs was unacceptable and therefore had no alternative but to cancel the contract.


Touch Point in a statement said ‘Our client, Huawei  cancelled  the contract saying it was due to the breach by the PDP to run a parallel campaign on poles solely reserved for Huawei’’.

The statement went on further: ‘Elections should not be used as an avenue to disrupt the honest business of hardworking Nigerians. There are procedures for deployment of items on street lamp poles and, going through this crude means is not only damaging, it is unfair, inconsiderate and above all illegal by a political party that seemingly prides itself on the rule of law.  We have spoken with my lawyers and we are considering legal action over this inconsiderate action by the PDP and its agents,’’ the statement said.


36 comments:

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    1. THIS IS WRONG AT ALL LEVELS. PDP DOU

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    2. mtchew... lyk dey r jst entering naija. dey shld rent d sky too. dis is harmless to der biz. der adverts wer not put dwn. dey jst wanna show demselvess wareva




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  2. Make them give GEJ space now.

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  3. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    This only happens in naija.....
    *GLO BRING 3G TO KONTAGORA*
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  4. Don't waste you time and money on suing. Your action is enough*

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  5. Get away u @Chinese.... Who bloody care?


    @Galore

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    1. Galore you are officially mad. is it about the Chinese people or about their rights and the agency suffering from it due to PDP's break of law?

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  6. Get away u @Chinese.... Who bloody care?


    @Galore

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    1. Galore yu are high on some cheap substance
      that 'chinese' employs and pay more Nigerians than your clueless president
      that chinese did not owe their staff salaries for 6months nor deny them the joy of Xmas
      that chinese is 100% more responsive and reliable than ur govt
      go and ask if u dont know, the mast that ur moron is using to browse was mounted by that Chinese Huawei
      Huawei sue their ass, let the PDeceivingPapa run down and pack their bags back to otuoke and pls remember to take galore wt u when crossing the river.

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    2. @Anonymous 20 January, 2015 21:26 You are senseless. When your APC government in Lagos state has refuse to give other parties space to place their adverts what do you expect? Politics should not be a do or die thing so why is APC so out to run down other political parties? You should be ashamed that a Chinese company is better than your country. Fool.

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  7. it luckz lyk oga jona z badluck

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  8. it luckz lyk oga jona z badluck

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  9. This is very unfair, this people should not use their election to spoil business for people...na wa to pdp, after mama peace will say PDP is god in Nigeria.

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  10. Whatis it with these chinko people? Can't get they understand?

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    1. Nigerians amuse me. What is there to understand after paying thousands or millions of naira to run their adverts? Think about it

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  11. Nice movement by huwaei. Agreement should be respected.


    Do your best and leave the rest

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  12. So wrong and unprofessional for PDP's agency to do that

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  13. P.dp. Hmmm causing problem all around .

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  14. This is not fair

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  15. Just see how this pdp ppl keep disgracing themselves by the day. So because pdp is contesting, we won't live or do our normal things again. Can't wait for next month

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  16. But i saw apcon sign on some of them ... all this one na there problem, APC all the way...forceful party

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  17. Hope they will not make orijin terminate their contact, na dat one we no go gree ooo

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  18. A contract is a contract! no smesme!

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  19. na wa oo, boys gats bring in orijin... chinese, pdp ,where orijin enter abeg ?

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