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ARCON Bans Use Of Foreign Voice-Over Artists, Models For Adverts – Lifestyle Nigeria

The Advertising Regulatory Council of Nigeria (ARCON) has banned the use of foreign voice-over artists and models in Nigeria.

Olalekan Fadolapo, the director-general of ARCON disclosed this in a statement issued on Monday, 22nd August.

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He stated that the ban is in line with the Federal Government’s policy to develop local talent and inclusive economic growth for sectors of the country, including advertising.

He said,

“ARCON, being the apex advertising, advertisement and marketing communications’ regulatory agency of the Federal Government, has in accordance with its statutory mandates, responsibilities and powers as conveyed by the Advertising Regulatory Council of Nigeria Act No. 23 of 2022 bans the use of foreign models and voice-over artists on any advertisement targeted of exposed on the Nigerian advertising space with effect from Ist October 2022.”

Fadolapo further said that all advertisements and marketing communications materials are to make use of only Nigerian artists and models.

He noted that ongoing advertising and marketing campaigns are permitted to run out of their duration after which the ban will be enforced

“However, subsequent applications for revalidation for continued exposure of such materials will not be granted by the Advertising Standards Panel (ASP).”

ARCON also urged all advertisers, advertising agencies, media houses, advertising communities and the general public to take note of the ban.

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