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Streets, markets deserted as Anambra residents sustain IPOB’s sit-at-home directive

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The order by the Indigenous Folks of Biafra (IPOB) asking residents of the southeast to remain at residence each Monday in solidarity with its chief, Nnamdi Kanu, has recorded one other success in Anambra State.

Although the group had earlier suspended the order after the primary Monday registered whole compliance within the zone.

Two Mondays after the suspension of the train, DAILY POST can report that the train once more grounded business actions in Anambra.

Our correspondent, who moved around the capital, Awka, experiences that markets, motor parks and streets are all abandoned as folks remained at residence.

The spokesperson of IPOB, Mr Emma Highly effective, whereas saying the suspension of the train over per week in the past, mentioned the train would solely be activated on days when its incarcerated chief can be going to court docket.

Throughout a trip round Awka, DAILY POST found that solely only a few automobiles had been on the street, whereas public locations had been abandoned.

At Eke Awka, although the market gate was extensive open, solely few individuals had been seen out there, whereas many of the outlets remained closed.

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