Sep 20, 2021

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Sit-at-Home: Research Group Says IPOB’s Action Is Losing Steam

  • Support for the IPOB is waning every day as the banned group continues to cause economic disruption in the Southeast
  • A report by SB The Morning Intelligence points out indicated residents are getting tired of the group’s order to sit on Mondays
  • The outlawed group made the decision after their leader Nnamdi Kanu was arrested and extradited by Nigerian authorities < / strong>

Lagos – A new report by the secret service SB Morgen (SBM) has shown that the house rules of the indigenous population of Biafra (IPOB) is gradually losing momentum.

According to the ThisDay newspaper report on Monday the 13th. The southeast region is facing the arrangement because of its negative economic impact on their jobs and companies are getting tired.

According to the research, Abia and Imo are reacting gsgruppe ents said they supported the sit-at-home regulation when it was originally announced, but stated that the way it was enforced, the use of force, left a lot to be desired.

In the meantime, a resident of the southeast known as Nwada Chidinma Ibemere has written an open letter to IPOB September, on her Instagram page. Ibemere suggested that IPOB consider checking the sit-at-home order.

She said:

“It has serious implications Families and communities, WAEC candidates and thus also our regional economy. ”

The Imo government is taking action against banks because they obey the banned group

Recall that the Imo government recently sealed several banks in the state for following the custom of Monday, September 6th – home order.

The Development resulted in hundreds of bank customers being stranded and unable to carry out their respective transactions.

Officials of the state government sealed the affected banks on Tuesday, September 7th at 7:00 a.m. with ribbons.

Nnamani says IPOB’s sit-at-home order is hurting the Southeast’s economy gt

In a similar development, former Enugu State Governor Chimaroke Nnamani has expressed deep concern about the IPOB’s sit-at-home policy.

< p class = "align-left"> Nnamani said the order was against the Igbo’s interests and added that it had negatively impacted the economy and social life in the southeast.