Okowa Signs Delta Anti-open Grazing Bill into Law

Delta Governor, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, (3rd right), signing the Delta State Urban and Regional Planning Bill 2020, and the Delta State Livestock Breeding, Rearing and Regulation Bill 2021 into law in the presence of the Deputy Governor, Deacon Kingsley Otuaro (2nd left), Speaker Delta State House of Assembly ,Rt Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori (right), the Clerk of the House, Lyna Ocholor (2nd right), SSG, Chief Patrick Ukah (left), and the PS, Ministry of Justice, Omamuzo Erebe (3rd left) in Government House, Asaba on Thursday. PHOTO: BRIPIN ENARUSAI
*Delta Governor, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, (3rd right), signing the Delta State Urban and Regional Planning Bill 2020, and the Delta State Livestock Breeding, Rearing and Regulation Bill 2021 into law in the presence of the Deputy Governor, Deacon Kingsley Otuaro (2nd left), Speaker Delta State House of Assembly ,Rt Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori (right), the Clerk of the House, Lyna Ocholor (2nd right), SSG, Chief Patrick Ukah (left), and the PS, Ministry of Justice, Omamuzo Erebe (3rd left) in Government House, Asaba on Thursday. PHOTO: BRIPIN ENARUSAI
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Delta Governor, Sen. (Dr) Ifeanyi Okowa, on Thursday, signed the Delta State Livestock, Breeding, Rearing and Marketing Regulation Bill, 2021, otherwise known as Anti-Open Grazing Bill, with a call on the Federal Government to assist interested farmers to establish ranches across the country.

Okowa made this known after assenting to two Bills passed by Delta State House of Assembly, at Government House, Asaba.

The Bills, including Delta State Urban and Regional Planning Bill 2020, were presented to Okowa by the Speaker of the Assembly, Chief Sheriff Oborevwori, in company with principal officers of the Assembly.

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The governor said that the two laws were very important to the state, adding that the Delta State Livestock Breeding, Rearing and Marketing Regulations law had taken a new life of its own in the country.

He recalled that the Southern Governors met and took certain decisions which they believed was in the best interest of the nation.

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Okowa said that the law was not enacted to witch-hunt anybody, but to encourage people to live with each other, respecting each other’s view, noting that the Delta State House of Assembly had done the state proud.

He thanked the parliament for
working always in the interest of the state and for taking its work very seriously.

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