Disregard “evil” publication linking me with Grazing Reserve Bill – Sen. Orji

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The Senator representing Abia Central at the National Assembly, Senator Theodore Orji has described as evil the publication linking him with the sponsoring of the beleaguered National Grazing Reserve Commission establishment in the South-East.

In a press release made available on Monday, by his Media Adviser, Mr. Don Norman Obinna, the immediate past governor of Abia State urged the people to disregard such junk publication as it was only meant to create tension and hatred among the good people of the South-East.

According to him, the said publication emanated from some disgruntled elements that were behind the circulation on the social media contrived lies against his person just to score cheap political goals adding that the South-East National Assembly members are committed to ensuring that the interests of the geo-political zone are adequately protected.

“The proposed Cattle Grazing Reserve Bill in the South-East geo-political zone is not in the best interest of the zone and I as one of the representatives of the people of the South-East will not sponsor any bill that does not serve the interest of the people.

“It is laughable therefore that some persons are playing politics with such issue that is detrimental to the collective aspiration of the South-East geo-political zone undermining the psychological infringements their wicked lies are causing the people.” Orji said.

Sen. Orji who urged the people to disregard the baseless publication further assured the people of his constituency and the South-East geo-political zone of his and his colleagues’ resolution to put first the interest of the zone above personal and political gains.

He also urged the people behind the publication to put political interest aside and promote issues that will promote peace and unity among the people of the South-East even as he pleaded with the people to continue to repose confidence in the South-East representatives at the NASS as their collective accent is on the accelerated development of the zone.

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