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Nnamdi Kanu: Umahi cries out over ‘Ghost Town’ Order by IPOB
The Ebonyi State Government has warned over the Monday stay indoor order given by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).
IPOB had declared every Monday of the week a work-free day for indigene in the South particularly Southeast code tagged ‘Ghost Town’ in solidarity to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
The group states the civil disobedience, sit-at-home which begins tomorrow will be withdrawn upon release of their leader, from the DSS detention facility.
Speaking on Saturday, the state governor, David Umahi stated that both markets, schools, commercial banks, and offices will not lock.
Umahi decried the negative impact of the ghost town order, said it is wrong to take the economy of Ebonyi State backward, described the [email protected] as unnecessary.
The statement which was made available by his Special media Assistant, Francis Nwaeze and made available to #Scannews24 additionally states that Umahi is doing everything within his power to uplift the economic status of the state.
At the moment, the state concentrates on revamping the economic advantage of Health education, security, agriculture, human capital development, infrastructure, and many others.
The State partly read; “To this end, the governor wishes to inform the general public that Monday, August 9, 2021, is a working day, just like every other working day in the state.
“Markets, banks, schools, etc. will operate normally, Umahi instructed.