Greater Compliance Rocks Anambra Biafra Sit At Home Order Exercise

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The Indigenous People of Biafra  (IPOB) sit at home order requesting Ndigbo home abroad to observe the remembrance of the fallen heroes in the Nigerian civil war recorded more than 95 percent compliance in Anambra state.
It was an event were banks, market places, stores, and transport companies were technically absence to render service to the public.

 In Memory to mark the remembrance of the people of Biafra fallen heroes, an event many people described an heroic recognition that some people died for the actualization of Biafra republic which was debugged by an Aburi Accord of 1970 that ended the genocide.
In respond to the agitation, May 30 being the date set aside for the remembrance of the fallen heroes of the old eastern region of the Nigeria was herewith set aside as a date where strong instruction of no activities was occasioned as well as a measure to mark this year 50th anniversary of the unfortunate incident.
Residents of Anambra in the move to identify with the region clarion call, boycotted business activities, as a mark to show their solidarity to the actualization of the Biafra sovereignty realization struggle.
Though the agitation got struck with mix reaction, where many frown at the idea of business shot, while others expressed hope that the dream of the fallen heroes would soon be actualized.
It would be recalled that the Indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) had issued a sit at home order to Biafran worldwide to observe May 30 as their heroes day, a symbol of honour to those who died in the 1967-1970 Nigeria-Biafra civil War.
Bamidele Ajayi, Core TV Awka, Anambra State.



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