Despite the cancellation,sit at home still persist in Enugu

The usually bustling One Junction,a ghost area this morning Despite the reported cancellation of the one-week sit-at-home earlier ordered by IPOB to press for the release of its detained leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, from the Department of State Services (DSS) custody, it appears the cancellation is being observed in the breach. People had already prepared … Continue reading Despite the cancellation,sit at home still persist in Enugu

Sit at home: Private school owner in Enugu kick against Saturday school

The Association of Private School Owners of Nigeria (APSON) has kicked against the adoption of Saturday as school day to make up for the loss every Monday. Recall that schools in the South-East are being forced to close on Mondays due to the sit-at-home order. This is happening even after the proscribed Indigenous People of … Continue reading Sit at home: Private school owner in Enugu kick against Saturday school

Enough of this, we have lost so much to sit at home,Igbo traders, residents declare

 The sit-at-home ordered by the Independent People of Biafra (IPOB) across the five states of the South-east is fast impacting negatively on the populace, as  business owners and residents alike  have cried out in anguish to say they have had enough.  From Abia to Enugu, Ebonyi, Imo and Anambra states, the trend remains the same as businesses have remained under … Continue reading Enough of this, we have lost so much to sit at home,Igbo traders, residents declare

Sit-at-home order:Vehicular and human movements in onitsha and Nnewi

Images from Onitsha to day. Vehicular and human movements, on Monday, gradually resumed in Onitsha the commercial city and Nnewi the industrial town of Anambra State weeks, uncertainty still surrounds the Independent People of Biafra, IPOB’s suspended sit-at-home order. Some markets in Onitsha, particularly Onitsha Main Market, Ochanja Central Market and Relief Market, noted for … Continue reading Sit-at-home order:Vehicular and human movements in onitsha and Nnewi

Army, police disappear from roads as sit at home continues

By Vincent Ujumadu THERE was no presence of the usual military and police checkpoints in all parts of Anambra State yesterday as the people observe another sit –at home. The absence of security operatives on the roads encouraged the sit –at –home as most people were afraid to step out of their homes. From Awka … Continue reading Army, police disappear from roads as sit at home continues

Sit-at-home: Enugu state roads remains deserted,markets empty

Despite withdrawal of the Monday sit-at-home directive earlier issued by the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Enugu residents have continued to observe it. Major and even residential streets remained deserted on Monday. The markets too were empty with nobody inside them even though their gates were open. Markets such as Abakpa, Timber and New market … Continue reading Sit-at-home: Enugu state roads remains deserted,markets empty

Sit-at-home: We no longer trust security agencies to protect us – South-East residents

South-East residents on Sunday said they have been staying at home every Monday because they can no longer count on security agencies to protect them. Despite the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) calling off its Monday sit-at-home directive, which it introduced to protest the detention of its leader Nnamdi Kanu, residents have been afraid to … Continue reading Sit-at-home: We no longer trust security agencies to protect us – South-East residents

Enugu state: Streets deserted, ghost Monday

Deserted road in Enugu as residents observed the sit-at-home order earlier suspended by IPOB. Enugu the Coal City seems to be enjoying an extended weekend rests as major streets are bereft of vehicular movements and shops remain shut. At Afor Awkunanaw market Enugu near the 103 Battallion Barracks,everywhere is bare including the vegetable and tomato … Continue reading Enugu state: Streets deserted, ghost Monday