The KekeAds Abia project has collaborated with ABSAA to lift the 7 pm motor tricycle movement curfew in a move that would increase the income of the motor tricycle operators by over 25%

The advertising media recently relocated its operations to Abia after the Imo State government banned the motor tricycles from the state capital Owerri.  The transfer of its business and operational base was done with the foresight and proactive engagement of a key personality in the Abia State Signage and Advertising Agency (ABSAA), Mr Gan Alozie. According to Alozie, “in my bid to fulfil my role as a good citizen and a recognized supporter of this administration, alongside my engagements that express my function as the ABSAA Head in Abia, I collaborated KekeAds in what we considered to be an innovative means of public enlightenment to engage in the public sensitization of the people on some of the good works of this administration, which we all agree need Abians to go and see them for themselves.”

Following a meeting with the State Commissioner for Information, it was confirmed that this collaboration with KekeAds will be a precursor to allowing the operations of the motor tricycle operators, who are partnered with the initiative, to be between 7pm and 3am, by the Abia State Government.

“KekeAds is not just a strategic choice for effective public enlightenment and communication, it has become a tool for social transformation, reformation and empowerment”, Mr. Esona Onuoha, founder KekeAds has said.


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