Advertisers lament low patronage from politicians and their parties ahead of 2019 elections


Some advertisers in the country have decried the low pace of activities in the sector few months to the 2019 elections.

Compared with the 2015 elections, whereby about six months to the elections they had started receiving deluge of political advert, the level of patronage presently remains low.

In fact, they disclosed that ahead of the last general election, they experienced what they termed “space war,” in the outdoor advertising segment.

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) had scheduled the 2019 Presidential and National Assembly elections for 16th February, while the Governorship and State Assembly/Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Council elections have been scheduled for March 2, 2019.

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  1. Comment:people continue daring for no food and no good water but the politicians have money to buy vote.

  2. There is no money anywhere. The economy is bleeding in pain looking for solution. Lets prepare for 2019 to outs this incompetent…..

  3. Comment:people are daring everyday for no food and good water but the politicians have money to buy votes.

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