Governor Godwin Obaseki has said there is no point signing the anti-open grazing Bill into law.
The Edo State Governor said the law has no business being passed since it won’t be duly enforced.
Mr. Obaseki said this on Monday at a stakeholders’ town hall meeting on the proposed anti-open grazing law.
“We are one of the few states that have not signed the bill into law, and the reason is simple to sign a law is very simple. It doesn’t make sense to put out a law you cannot enforce.”
He is one of the few Southern Governors to be against passing the bill, as Akeredolu, Sanwo-Olu and Ugwuanyi have all signed in their states already.