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Ikpeazu urges security organizations to start operating with the anti-open grazing law in Abia



Governor Okezie Ikpeazu has entrusted security offices in Abia State to start the authorization of the Anti-Open Grazing Law set up since 2018. Ikpeazu gave the charge at Michael kpara Auditorium, Umuahia, while hailing off the Statewide sharpening workshop against crimes in Abia people group.


As indicated by Governor, upholding the law will help lessen the unjustifiable assaults against ranchers by herders. Lead representative Ikpeazu who was addressed by his Deputy, Rt. Hon. Ude Oko Chukwu additionally mentioned the participation of different partners to guarantee the public authority battles and wins the battle against guiltiness in the state.


He charged basic partners particularly, the Traditional Rulers to satisfy hopes, expressing that the security of the State is additionally in their grasp.

 Ikpeazu likewise approached individuals to consistently profit helpful data and knowledge to Traditional Rulers, security organizations and government specialists, contending that "the period of not realizing who to answer to has gone."

The lead representative guaranteed that the public authority is focused on ensuring the sources. He said his organization had been helping security offices in the state with vehicles and important hardware/contraptions and would support the motion.

In a feature address, the Coordinator of the workshop and Chief of Staff to the Governor, Dr Anthony Agbazuere said the workshop was started to solidify Abia State's status on security and make more mindfulness among individuals of different violations in this manner making it hard for crooks to execute their loathsome exercises.

Agbazuere said that the workshop would be taken to the grassroots in the 17 LGAs of the State. He noticed that the essential obligation of any administration is the government assistance and security of individuals, consequently, the need to illuminate individuals on how best to report crimes. Introducing their different talks, the State's Commissioner of Police, Janet Agbede; delegate of the State Director of the Department of Security Services, DSS, and the organization's Director Operations, Mr Etuk Enang; and agent of the Commandant, 14 Brigade, Nigeria Army, Ohafia, Major O. B Olayiwola, lauded the state government for its proceeded with help to security offices.

They promised their preparation to make Abia a free from any and all harm state. They further focused on the requirement for all to synergize with the public authority to guarantee that security flourishes in the state.

The security specialists said everyone was the objective and recipient of the workshop and presented a defense for all to be aware of their current circumstance just as report security issues speedily to the security organizations in the State.

Contributing, the Chairman, Abia State Council of Nd Eze, Eze Joseph Nwabekee, expressed that the Igbo culture hates culpability and asked his kindred Traditional Rulers in the State to send the Chiefs, town heads, vigilante gatherings, youth associations and so forth, to guarantee harmony and serenity in their networks.

He likewise charged them to convey the message of fighting crimes in their spaces just as support their help for the Governor.

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