No more Observance of Sit-at-home on mondays, Anambra Government Warns.


No more Observance of Sit-at-home on mondays, Anambra Government Warns.


The Anambra State Government has warned that Monday, November 22, 2021 is not a work-free day in the state.

The Commissioner of Information and Public Enlightenment C. Don Adinuba in a circular stated that the reminder became necessary because of the tendency of some people who have observed “in the last few months every Monday as a work-free day, in compliance with the directive by some non-state actors in an effort to press the Federal Government to free the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB),  Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, who is standing trial for some charges in Abuja brought by the federal administration”.

The government observed that even the leadership of IPOB has suspended the directive requiring people to stay at home every Monday which started from Monday, September 15, 2021, throughout the Southeast geopolitical zone.
It reiterated that the IPOB leadership has in the last few days warned that any person who tried to  enforce the earlier decision is on his or her own and should be dealt with decisively.

According to the Commissioner "The IPOB leadership has kept every pledge it has made, including rescinding its decision to thwart the November 6 gubernatorial election in Anambra State. 

“In fact, far from disrupting the election, IPOB encouraged the people of Anambra State to come out in their numbers and exercise their democratic right on November 6; the election is now recognized as easily the most peaceful and the fairest election since the State was created in 1991”. 

The government enjoined people of the State to go about their normal business every Monday without any fear of disruption of their work or any kind of harassment from any quarters.

It reminded the people that the month of December is around the corner and that this is when people need money to buy things for Christmas celebrations, and other development activities to be followed by long month of January when parents and guardians are required to pay school fees of their wards.

“It is in the interest of our people that all markets, all businesses, all offices and all schools in Anambra State operate fully every Monday, with effect from Monday, November 22, 2021. The statement added.


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