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What Anambra Government Told Workers About IPOB Sit At Home

The state of Anambra Government has said it will not pay August salary to any worker who observes the IPOB sit at home order.

The Anambra government said that any worker that abstains from duty in obedience to the sit-at-home directives by the Indigenous People of Biafra will be sanctioned.

Punch learnt that IPOB had declared a sit-at-home protest every Monday in the South-East beginning from August 9 to prevail on the Federal Government to release its leader, Nnamdi Kanu currently in detention for treasonable felony.

In retaliation to the order, the Anambra State Government made it a necessity that staffers must come to work on that Monday.

Anambra State workers have also made it known to the government that they are not ready to risk their lives for the sake of the peanuts they receive as salaries.

It’s high time people woke up. Northern leaders and Western leaders are busy protecting their own while the Eastern leaders are busy selling out their own.


It is never in the blood of an Igbo man to hate his brother but what is happening these days makes people wonder if the Eastern leaders are actually of the Igbo breed.

9th of August is a day to sit at home. It will continue every Monday till the leader of IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is released unconditionally by the Nigerian government.

All Hon. Commissioners and permanent secretaries are to monitor and report compliance please. Kindly give this information the widest publicity in your establishment

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Anambra Government Position on IPOB sit at home