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[email protected]: Residents Rush For Last Minutes Shopping, Roads, Streets Deserted (Video)
Following orders issued by the leadership of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) under Nnamdi Kanu’s watch, residents across southern states reportedly are making last minutes shopping ahead of the Memorial.
Kanu had urged supporters and members of the Biafra movement to observe a sit-at-home scheduled for 31 May 2021.
Though, IPOB had always set aside every 30th of May to remember all Heroes and Heroines that lost their lives in the course of the Biafra struggle between before and after the Biafra-Nigeria civil war.
A ten minutes clip of a tour by a Nigerian indicated extreme compliance in Imo State within streets, roads, appearing scanty.
The tour, which shows a visual coverage of major streets, roads on Saturday.
Further information disclosed that households have trooped to markets shopping for food items and major consumables to hold on through the period of sit at home.
Barely Twenty-four hours before the memorial, gunmen have taken over major roads inflicting injuries and casualties on security forces.
Between Friday evening and Saturday morning, double raids were recorded in Wethdral Raod, Owerri the capital city, and Ihiala, in Anambra State killing five soldiers each in both areas.
Reports said troops have taken over Onitsha Head Bridge blocked roads against vehicular movement.
In Owerri, soldiers are presently searching cars, causing traffic along major roads. Watch