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Sit-at-home: Despite Gov Uzodinma’s claims, offices, banks, shops, markets shut in Imo

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Opposite to the place of the Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma that actions go on as typical on Mondays, residents of the State, yesterday, proved the primary citizen incorrect.

Uzodinma had claimed that the IPOB/ESN order doesn’t maintain in Imo.

He spoke to newsmen in Abuja, after a gathering with President Muhammadu Buhari, Uzodinma.

Nonetheless, DAILY POST correspondent who monitored occasions within the State on Monday revealed that business actions had been utterly at lowest ebb with banks and plenty of markets closed.

A go to to the some markets confirmed that the retailers weren’t solely closed, however nobody was discovered on the shops, together with markets. Some supermarkets had been additionally affected.

Although, authorities places of work had been opened however few employees with non-public transport managed to look for work.

Our correspondent who was on the Portharcourt street secretariat learnt that employees flee the advanced when unconfirmed experiences got here in that unknown gunmen had been planning to assault those that went to work. Inside seconds, the employees had dispersed from the advanced.

DAILY POST was additionally knowledgeable that pressure enveloped Orlu space, together with Orsu, Oru East and Njaba the place operations of the IPOB/ESN had been stated to be excessive.

Residents remained indoors and refused to maneuver out for his or her regular companies.

Our correspondent additionally seen decreased visitors on the roads, particularly within the state capital the place Mondays was busy for street customers.

Nonetheless, Owerri, got here alive Tuesday, as regular actions resumed after Monday’s sit-at-home, which was extremely profitable.

Main roads, streets witnessed surge in visitors, in distinction to few vehicles which had plied the roads on Monday.

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