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Anambra State Govt. Threatens Civil Servants

The Government of Anambra State has threatened to sanction civil servants who joins the sit-at-home order given by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).

The sit- at- home was declared by IPOB to protest against the continued detention of Nnamdi Kanu, its leader, to help push for his release.

The separatist group had instructed that all private and public institutions in the southeast including banks, transport companies schools, markets, seaport and airport must be shut down to observe the order on Monday, August 9, 2021.

According to Harry Udu, Head of Service, who had said the State government will not pay August salary to civil servant who joins the protest.

The government of Anambra State has directed permanent secretaries and commissioners to monitor the situation and give feedback accordingly.

The Abia State Government has also urged residents of the state to disregard the sit – at-home order and resume their lawful businesses on Monday.
The state government in a statement by John Okiyi- Kali, its Information Commissioner, on Friday, said that nobody should force anyone in the state to observe the order.

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