Oyo state commissioner for finance, Mr Akinola Ojo has reaffirmed the determination of the state government to expand its sources of revenue generation and block leakages in order to create a conducive environment for residents of the state
The commissioner for finance stated this at a launch ceremony for the sale of OYSAA mobile advert stickers held at the house of chief, state secretariat
The commissioner for finance, who was represented by the permanent secretary ministry of finance, Mrs Adenike Fashina equally explained that the current administration would remain accountable to the people as monies generated from the sale of mobile stickers together with other revenues would be adequately used to improve lives and create opportunities for businesses to thrive.
In his welcome address, the Director General, Oyo state signage and advertisement agency (OYSAA), Temilola Adibi explained that the 2020 mobile stickers were to be administered on any branded vehicle belonging to individuals and corporate organizations, adding that anyone caught in an attempt to counterfeit the stickers would be duly prosecuted.
The chairman, Oyo state board of internal revenue, Aremo John Adeleke urged those involve to show solidarity to the state government by purchasing the stickers and complying to all financial commitment to the state
The lead consultant, representatives from the Manufacturer Association of Nigeria (MAN) and other stakeholders promised to work in synergy to ensure success of the scheme.