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Wike promises to give anti-open grazing legal backing by sending bill to Rivers Assembly

Governor Nyesom Wike, the Rivers State Governor has said that his administration has settled for an anti-open grazing bill to protect the people of the state and has promised to give the ban on open-grazing in the state a legal backing by sending the required bill to the Rivers State House of Assembly.

The proposed bill was in harmony with the resolution of the Southern governors, Wike said at the inauguration of the Isaiah Odoli/Omerelu Streets in New GRA Phase 1 in Obio-Akpor Local Government Area on Wednesday.

In his words:

You can’t go to the farm anymore, those who rear cattle; they’ll not allow your crops to grow. Let me say clearly, now that the House of Assembly has come back, we have to submit the bill on Anti-Open Grazing as we agreed in the Southern Governors’ Forum.

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Since APC came into power, you can now see what Nigeria has turned to. Each day you wake up, you hear people are being killed. If you watch television and read the news in newspapers, you will hear so and so number are killed or kidnapped in so and so state.

That is not what I thought all of us needed. The country is on oxygen (life support). Nobody knows what will happen next. As we are today, Nigeria is in dire need of help. Nigeria needs prayers.

The governor said as a matter of fact that the APC-led Federal Government had not done anything in Rivers State for the people, describing as untrue the claim by the Federal Government that it was jointly executing the Bonny-Bodo Road, he noted that every road in the Old and  New GRAs had been rehabilitated under the Urban Renewal Programme of his administration except the Orugbum Crescent in the new GRA.



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