The Rivers State Government says it would soon commence a clamp down on persons particularly candidates of political parties who paste posters indiscriminately without authorization.
Tony Okeah, Acting managing director of the Rivers State Signage and Advertisement Agency, said this while speaking with journalists in Port Harcourt over the weekend.
He said the clamp down would cut across all political parties and expressed displeasure that such posters defaces the aesthetics of the city.
The RISAA acting managing director Tony Okeah also denied claims that the agency is witch hunting opposition political parties and denying them space to do their advertisements.
He urged political parties to obey the directive as anyone found wanting will face the full weight in of the law