(Video) IPOB’s Sit-at-Home: Any Trader That Refuse To Open Will Forfeit Store ― Umahi

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Governor of Ebonyi State David Umahi has warned that traders who comply with Monday’s sit-at-home order should be ready to forfeit their shops.

Mr Umahi issued the warning in a state-wide broadcast on Saturday in Abakaliki to mark the sixth anniversary of his administration.

He was speaking on the sit at home order issued by indegeneous people of biafra to honor biafra fallen heroes on 30/31 May 2021.

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He further directed that all markets in the state should open for business on Monday.

David Umahi

The governor said, “There should be free movement of people in the state on Saturday, Sunday, Monday and other days of the year.

“People should go to church on Sunday to pray for the nation’s fallen security agents, civilians and peace and unity of the state and country.

I challenge the youths, local government area chairmen, security agents, Ebebeagu security outfit, among others, to ensure that no one is molested in the state.

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“Anyone who has nothing to protect himself should do so with cutlass, which should be for protection and not for attack.”He said that all forms of procession had been banned in the state except those by youths organised by council chairmen.

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