As the effort to terminate the sit-at-home starts, representatives from the Anambra government visit the marketplaces

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On Mondays, businesses in Anambra State are shuttered due to the state’s notorious sit-at-home policy, but the government has launched a campaign to put a stop to it.

The most recent development is the deployment of government personnel from the administration of Governor Chukwuma Soludo to different markets in an effort to increase consumer trust and business openings.

Mr. Ernest Ezeajughi, chief of staff to the governor; Chief Evarist Uba, special adviser on trade and markets; and AVM Ben Chiobi Rtd., his security counterpart, toured the state’s main markets on Monday.

The team’s leader, Ezeajughi, spoke to Awka’s business elite, urging those who had already opened their stores to do the same.

As part of its decision to ensure maximum market security, the government has also reached agreements with financial institutions around the state to open for business.

The government will spare no effort in its pursuit of a complete Monday business return.

“Any market leadership that would sabotage the government’s present efforts towards achieving a boosted economic growth and stability to take caution because they will be seriously sanctioned,” he said.

Anambra State Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC) has earlier announced the deployment of agents to banks in order to ensure their safety.

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