Breaking: Heavy Protest in Enugu Over Sit-at-home Order

Thousands of Enugu residents Monday, hit the streets of Enugu state in protest against the lingering Monday Sit-at-home in solidarity with the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu who is still under the custody of the Department of State Service despite several rulings in his favour.

The ongoing demonstration is allegedly geared toward the end of the perpetual civil disobedience consequent upon its negative effects on the economy and life of the people in general.

It would be recalled that the state governor, Barrister Peter Mbah had upon his assumption of office, issued a statement declaring the end of the lingering sit-at-home demonstration by the people.

De Erudite Media has earlier reported that the Enugu State Government has commenced sealing of businesses and stalls that comply with the sit-at-home order issued by a Finland-based Biafran agitator, Mr. Simon Ekpa.


One thought on “Breaking: Heavy Protest in Enugu Over Sit-at-home Order

  1. If the people can come together with the assistance of law enforcement agencies, the quagmire of this non beneficial sit at home will be forgotten

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