Municipality warns against placing unlicensed billboards Violators to face legal action: Eng Al-Subaih

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 14, (KUNA): The Kuwait Municipality urged the public not to place unlicensed banners on public roads and utilities, particularly those celebrating the country’s imminent national days.

In statements to KUNA, Kuwait Municipality General Director Eng. Ahmad Al-Subaih made it clear that unlicensed ads will be removed and legal action will be taken against violators.

He pointed out that unlicensed billboards which are randomly hoisted at key places tarnish the image of main roads, major squares and could even cause traffic jams or accidents.

Eng. Al-Subaih asked citizenry and firms seeking to install ads at any place to get license from Municipality Council office in the related areas to avoid ads removal.

Meanwhile, Al-Ahmadi Municipality General Director Eng. Yussef Al-Mullah unveiled that the Municipality teams have removed 253 unlicensed billboards across the governorate.

Al-Mullah disclosed that that Municipality teams have recently carried out a campaign of inspections and busts of spoiled food stashes in warehouses as well as on the shelves of shopping centers and food outlets in the governorate.

The campaign resulted in closing six shops and referring scores others to investigations for not abiding by relative laws and regulations.

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