High compliance greets IPOB sit-at-home order in Ebonyi
…..As schools, banks, shops remain closed
Ebonyi State has witnessed a high level of compliance with the Sit-At-Home ordered today by the Indigenous People Of Biafra ( IPOB) throughout Igboland in solidarity and protest for the release of detained Biafra independence leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu from DSS detention.
is still continuing with social and commercial activities ground to a halt in Enugu.
Kanu was arrested by the Federal Government a few weeks ago and has been detained by the Department of State Security (DSS) since then.
THE VOICE correspondent visited some popular and busy roads in the state like Ogoja Road, International market, Ezza Mgbo Market, Vanco Junction, Presco Junction, Speradeo Junction, it was noticed that there was sparse movement of private vehicles, Keke and Okada operating, but all offices, shops, banks, markets, including the state international market were all closed
At Afikpo Road, it was discovered that all the transportation company parks were all open, yet no vehicle was loading or offloading.
Further visits to some popular government and private schools revealed that only the students writing NECO exams were seen at the school premises.
THE VOICE visit to the popular Onuebonyi Axis, gathered that IPOB members at the early hours of today, blocked the road with tires before security agencies arrived the scene and maintained peace.
However, no life has been lost at the time of filing this report as security agencies were seen patrolling the whole the city and other towns