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NEWS UPDATE: IPOB sit-at-home order records partial success in Imo, as workers, banks comply

NEWS UPDATE: IPOB sit-at-home order records partial success in Imo, as workers, banks comply

The sit-at-home request by the Indigenous People of Biafra to fight the confinement of her chief, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu by the Federal Government recorded halfway achievement in the heartland city of Owerri, the Imo State capital on Monday.

DAILY POST reporter who checked the request reports that Imo laborers, business banks, schools, and engine leaves didn’t open for business.

In Owerri metropolitan, however business vehicles continued on the streets, the roads were by one way or another abandoned. A couple of shops were opened. Business Banks would not work for services.

Majority of Imo Workers obeyed the sit-at-home request said to have been given by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) on Monday, ninth of August, 2021.

According to our journalist who moved round city, government workers at the state secretariat in Owerri to some degree overlooked the request and mandates from the state government that trained them to go to work on Monday.

As at 10 am on Monday, our columnist who was at the state secretariat and other state government foundations, seen that workplaces were not opened with the exception of a couple, showing that the specialists tried lead representative Uzodinma, on endorsing truant common servants.

The government last Friday gave an order that any laborer who wouldn’t come to chip away at Monday, ninth of August, 2021 will be rebuffed for defiance and disobedient.

DAILY POST saw that a couple of staff were seen at the old Imo State House of Assembly complex in Owerri.
Old state secretariat, Orlu street was likewise abandoned as at the hour of documenting this report.

At the central command of the 27 neighborhood government regions, report uncovered that a decent number of laborers didn’t come to work.

Few of the senior government workers that addressed our correspondent on the state of namelessness unveiled that specialists couldn’t go to work in view of dread. In addition, there were no vehicles to take them to their places of work.

“We can’t chance our lives due to government work,” a specialist said.

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