Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Biafra Day: Total compliance in Nnewi, Onitsha, and other cities




The sit-at-home order issued by the Indigenous People of Biafra [IPOB], was observed yesterday religiously in all the cities and communities across the south-east, as business activities, vehicular movements were grounded, like never before in Nigeria. 


The total compliance yesterday was enough proof that Ndigbo are now ready to welcome Biafran government.
Newsburster went round the five states of the south-east, and can confidently report that there was total compliance to the sit-at-home order.

From the markets, to banks, schools,  street shops, and even all government ministries and parastatals were closed to customers, students/pupils, staff and clients.

Our source from Enugu reports that ever bubbling schools like UNEC, ESUTH, IMT, etc were deserted as there was no activities going on there.
Investigations by Newsburster further showed that the joint task force comprising soldiers, and police men were Monday night deployed to the River Niger Bridge Head, Onitsha, Roundabout Nnewi, and other strategic junctions like Okigwe Road, Nnewi, Upper Iweka, Owerri road, Old and New Market Roads, Nkpor and Obosi.

 Other security agents included Nigeria security civil defence corps and the Naval force. The story was the same in Awka as banks, markets, schools and local government secretariat were closed to workers, customers and students. 

At Nnewi, the country home of the late Biafra War Lord, Ezegburugburu, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu the compliance was total as no market opened to customers, and vehicular movement was not recorded.

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