Edo assembly passes bill to prohibit open grazing

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Edo State House of Assembly has passed the bill for a law to prohibit open grazing of cattle.

The motion was moved by the Deputy Speaker, Roland Asoro, and seconded by Francis Okiye.

The lawmakers passed relevant sections of the bill with amendments to sections 5(7) and 5(8).

The Speaker, Marcus Onobun, thereafter directed the clerk, Yahaya Omogbai, to give the bill its third reading and forward clean copies of the bill to the governor for his assent.

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