BILL TO ESTABLISH ANAMBRA STATE DRAINAGE AND FOREST PRESERVATION LAW SCALES SECOND READING

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BILL TO ESTABLISH ANAMBRA STATE DRAINAGE AND FOREST PRESERVATION LAW SCALES SECOND READING
BILL TO ESTABLISH ANAMBRA STATE DRAINAGE AND FOREST PRESERVATION LAW SCALES SECOND READING


Hon. Charles Obimma member representing Oyi State Constituency highlights the importance of the Bill as he commend the States Executive and colleagues at the State Assembly for the epic Bill._



Yesterday, February 4, 2020 Members of the Anambra 7th Assembly resumed plenary having returned from their enriching legislative retreat trip in the city of Kigali, Rwanda. 




The house members ably led by the courageous, young and ebullient Speaker Rt. Hon. Uche Okafor made history with the the Bill for Anambra State Drainage and Forest Preservation Establishment Law scaling second reading at the hallowed Chambers of the House. 


Hon. Charles Obimma, member representing Oyi Constituency made a very significant contributions while reacting on the floor of the Assembly; The brilliant and powerful legislator added that the bill if eventually passed, will develop and promote responsive, affordable, well informed and decentralized forestry advisory services to farmers, communities and the forest industry in the state. He noted the bill will among others control the building of structures that may compromise waterways in major cities of the state. 


Reacting further, Hon. Obimma asserted, "If the Earth is sick human life is not safe, therefore to save human life, we must first save the earth"


This bill when passed will go a long way in the life and future of our dear Anambra State. 


©️Obimma Media

State House Assembly 

04/02/2020




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