Markets, developments and other monetary exercises are shut in the southeast after the sit-at-home pronounced by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), which it is to remember ” saboteurs day”.
“Saboteurs’ Day” is a memorable day September 14, 2017, when the home of IPOB boss Nnamdi Kanu was struck by warriors who killed scores of regular citizens trying to kill him, said the rebel bunch.
In Ebonyi, Anambra, the business sectors are abandoned notwithstanding the danger of the lead representatives to hold onto the stores having a place with merchants who submit to the mandate gave by the IPOB.
The business sectors and streets of Abia, Enugu and Imo are abandoned by local people sitting before the house, while adolescents play football on the streets.
Police and other security specialists are seen watching a few towns in the locale.