Soludo Dares IPOB Warns Anambra Workers Not To Abide To The Sit-At-Home Order

Soludo Dares IPOB Warns Anambra Workers Not To Abide To The Sit-At-Home Order

Soludo Dares IPOB Warns Anambra Workers Not To Abide To The Sit-At-Home Order

Prof. Charles Soludo, the governor of Anambra State, has issued an order that no worker in the state should obey the Monday sit-at-home order, as they are all expected to report to work.

On Mondays, the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) issue a sit-at-home order, which shuts down civil servants, banks, markets, and other public places, crippling economic activity in the state and other southeast states.

The order, according to the group, is intended to draw the government’s attention to the injustice of Nnamdi Kanu’s prosecution.

Despite the fact that the Biafra group recently stated that the sit-at-home order should be ignored because the directive has been lifted, the situation remains largely unchanged, with reports of attacks on individuals and businesses who defy the directive.

However, in a statement released on Friday, Soludo stated that all workers in Anambra, including those in political office, must now report to work or face severe consequences.

Only those who have been granted permission to be absent from work, according to the Governor, are permitted to do so.

Prof. Charles Soludo, the governor of Anambra State, has issued an order that no worker in the state should obey the Monday sit-at-home order, as they are all expected to report to work.

On Mondays, the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) issue a sit-at-home order, which shuts down civil servants, banks, markets, and other public places, crippling economic activity in the state and other southeast states.

The order, according to the group, is intended to draw the government’s attention to the injustice of Nnamdi Kanu’s prosecution.

Despite the fact that the Biafra group recently stated that the sit-at-home order should be ignored because the directive has been lifted, the situation remains largely unchanged, with reports of attacks on individuals and businesses who defy the directive.

However, in a statement released on Friday, Soludo stated that all workers in Anambra, including those in political office, must now report to work or face severe consequences.

Only those who have been granted permission to be absent from work, according to the Governor, are permitted to do so.

A statement by the Head of Service, Mr Theodora Igwegbe, titled ‘Attendance to work’ reads in part, “Consequently, absence from duty on Monday or any other official workday without approval will be viewed as serious misconduct which will attract appropriate sanctions.”

For monitoring and compliance, the statement was copied to the deputy governor, Speaker of the House of Assembly, Chief of Staff, all commissioners, special advisers, permanent secretaries, and heads of ministerial departments.

As he starts his term as the new governor of Anambra State, Charles Soludo addressed a message to the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, and its paramilitary branch, the Eastern Security Network, ESN, during his inauguration speech.

He asked IPOB and ESN to work together with his government to address the state’s insecurity.

He questioned the motivations behind separatist movements and pondered whether it was time for IPOB and ESN to reconsider their goals.

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