South-East Complies With IPOB’S Sit-At-Home Order

Commercial activities have come to a standstill in the southeast in compliance with the sit-at-home order of the Indigenous People of Biafra.

IPOB had through its spokesman, Emma Powerful said there would be a restriction of movements to mark the 54th anniversary of Biafra.

He said all markets, shops, schools and other places of activities would be shut down.

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TheseTimes Investigations showed that there was a serious compliance in different parts of the southeast.

Those who spoke to TheseTimes in different states of the southeast said they had to stay at home.


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