Grazing reserves: Attempt to discredit Uzodimma fails

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The attention of the Office of the Chief Press Secretary and Media Adviser to Governor Hope Uzodinma of Imo State has been drawn to a fake report suggesting that His Excellency met with the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Godwin Emefiele and purportedly told him that Imo would be donating land to the Federal Ministry of Agriculture for purposes of grazing.

The report credited to the Office of the Chief Press Secretary and Media Adviser to the Governor is not only false and fake but mishievously done to discredit the Governor and Emefiele.

No such meeting to the knowledge of the Office of the Chief Press Secretary and Media Adviser to the Governor took place to warrant the statement that was mishievously and criminally done by the authors of the fake report.

While the Governor works so hard under the ravaging Covid-19 pandemic to reposition Imo State to be productive, some politically exposed irascible goons sit down somewhere to churn out stuff that are obviously aimed at disorienting Imo and putting the State under perpetual underdevelopment.

Much as the reading public are already familiar with the mindset of the persons whose stock in trade is to manufacture fake and gutter news, the Governor can never be deterred from his vision of recovering, rehabilitating and recovering Imo from the clutches of those who want the State to remain in a state of pitty while others are making steady progress. For the avoidance of doubt, Governor Uzodimma’s Shared Prosperity is real.

Members of the public are therefore advised to ignore the piece as trash and to regard the authors as those who are not only mentally deranged but need to be pitied.

They are better seen as never do wells and are so blinded to see those who have committed their time, energy and other resources to help them do well.

 

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