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IPOB Sit-at-home: Customers stranded as banks, markets, offices fail to open in Imo

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 IPOB Sit-at-home: Prospects stranded as banks, markets, places of work fail to open in Imo Prospects on Monday have been stranded as banks did not op…

 IPOB Sit-at-home: Prospects stranded as banks, markets, places of work fail to open in Imo

Prospects on Monday have been stranded as banks did not open in Owerri, the capital metropolis of Imo State.

That is at the same time as markets, faculties, eateries, procuring malls and supermarkets additionally did not open for the day.

Our correspondent who monitored the state of affairs across the state capital noticed financial institution clients stranded at Financial institution Street, a spot many banks are positioned within the state capital.

The ever-busy authorities home roundabouts, Imo State College junction, Management Publish junction and warehouse roundabout have been abandoned.

Aside from pharmacy outlets that operated in full scare, companies operated on a low key within the state capital.

A resident, Sixtus Obinna, who spoke to our correspondent stated that it was unlucky that individuals have been nonetheless sitting at dwelling after the Indigenous Individuals of Biafra had suspended the weekly sit-at-home order.

Obinna stated that the continuation of the sit-at-home was affecting the financial system of the folks of the South-East area.

A newspaper vendor, who recognized himself merely as Shege, advised our correspondent that the folks of the area would proceed to protest till Nnamdi Kanu was launched from detention by the Federal Authorities.

He stated that although folks didn’t come out to purchase newspapers, he had no regrets that he was standing in solidarity with Kanu.

He stated that the folks of the area would proceed to protest till they bought their due from the federal authorities.

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