Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State, has disclosed today Saturday 15th of May, 2021, at a grand reception in honor of Governor Wike, by people of the Ogoni ethnic nationality in Bori, Khana Local Government Area of Rivers State, that he would implement the ban on open grazing as resolved by the Southern State governors in Asaba, Delta State.
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While insisting on his stand to implement the ban, Governor Wike also revealed that he cannot be cowed by anybody, also noting that there is no going back on the decision to ban open grazing in Rivers State. At the event that Governor Wike revealed this, the governor was confirmed with a chieftaincy title by the Ogoni people led by the Chairman, Supreme Council of Ogoni Traditional Rulers, HRM King Godwin Giniwa.
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Governor Wike further disclosed that he has directed security agencies in the state to arrest prominent personalities in the state, who flout the curfew imposed in the state to check the spate of insecurity.
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