Gov Obiano leads protest against “nonsensical” IPOB sit-at-home

Governor Willie Obiano of Anambra State is so angry right now, with his decision of his people to comply with IPOB sit at, and he labelled it nonsensical 

He said all markets and commercial banks who have been obeying a sit-at-home directive issued by the separatist Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB).

The directive has largely been adhered to in most of the five southeastern states, and it comes into effect every Monday.

IPOB declared the sit-at-home to protest the continued imprisonment  of its leader, Nnamdi Kanu, who was re arrested  and faces charges bordering on treasonable felony and terrorism at the courts.

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The markets should open, if they do not open, I would sack the leadership of the market and shut the market,” Governor Obiano thunders.

“Invisible voice says ‘sit at home?’ And, you just comply and lose money. You don’t know who says sit-at-home, you just lose money,” he adds.

He also describes the directive as nonsensical.

“You need to help us to solve this nonsense. It is absolute nonsense. That’s a warning. If you don’t do that, we will change your leadership,” the governor warns.

On Monday, September 13, suspected IPOB militias invaded schools in Imo and Anambra, set fire on motorbikes and buildings, and chased away the students.

The sit-at-home has also disorganized and paralyzed economic activities in a southeastern region famed for its commerce.

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