The Anambra State Ministry of Basic Education has shifted its proposed midterm break.
The midterm break was scheduled to be held on the 27th of October, 2021. However, the ministry, through her permanent secretary, Barr (Mrs) C.N. Obiano made the declaration on the 22nd of Oct.
which was made available to all education bodies in the state through a memo.
Anambra state however is expected to have a gubernatorial election conducted in the area, but the issues of insecurity ravaging the area as it regards the forthcoming election have mandated the urgent change on date formerly slated for the midterm break.
The new date for the midterm break was scheduled to start from the 4th to the 11th of November, 2021.
This is a clear indication that the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB is already winning the battle.
A quick reminder, we all know how the IPOB leadership took over from Nigeria what they perceived as a game-changer.
The Nigerian government thought that presenting Nnamdi Kanu in court on the 21st of October and adjourning his case to the 10th of November, would allow the federal government to carry out their proposed election in the state.
Unfortunately for the Buhari led government. IPOB in their wisdom came up with another order which counters the possibility of holding any election in Anambra state.
The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB declared a one week sit at home which will begin on the fifth of Nov. and end on the 10th of Nov.
Anambra state government however had noticed that the federal government might not agree or harken to the order of IPOB which is the unconditional release of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu on or before the 4th of Nov.
This is the exact reason the state Ministry of Basic Education has shifted the proposed date for their mid-term break from the 4th of Nov. to the 11th of Nov. 2021.
People are therefore advised to ensure that their children and wards stay back home between these days as no form of Nigeria-like activities is allowed anymore in Biafraland.
Below is the memo shared by the Anambra state’s Ministry of Basic Education.