Uzodinma Signs Law Stopping Vandalisation Of Oil Palm Trees In Imo

The Imo state governor, Hope Uzodinma, has signed into law a bill, Licensing and Control of Oil Mills, to checkmate the vandalisation of oil palm trees as well as to control the establishment of oil mills in Imo state.

Vanguard gathered in Owerri, that the governor said that the law would among other things increase the revenue of the state.

Another bill which the Uzodinma’s administration signed into law was the Autonomous Community, Traditional Rulers and Other Matters Law, which now has bestowed on the governor the power to appoint chairman, Imo state traditional rulers council, which has been the practice.

With this law, it has repealed the Community Government Council, CGC, law, initiated by former governor Rochas Okorocha, which Uzodinma, said turned traditional rulers into politicians going about campaigning for votes to be chairman of the council.

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