Abuja - The Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign
State of Biafra and the Indigenous People of Biafra sit-at-home that was issued
was successful in Enugu, Vanguard reported.
This comes after the two groups have been protesting for the
release of their leader, Nnamdi Kanu from detention and other pro-Biafra
activist who have detained in various prisons countrywide.
Also read: IPOB declares September 23 public holiday
Markets, businesses, banks and transport unions were open
for business. Most schools including private schools shut their doors from learning.
Also very few cars were seen on the roads around markets
that are normally busy on Enugu.
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