Complete curfew in Imo as people observe sit-in order on Biafra Day

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In observance of the May 30th Biafra Day, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) ordered all inhabitants of Imo State to remain indoors and not leave their homes.

This is happening even though the cops have promised sufficient security.

Multiple government agencies were reportedly under lock and key, according to 460PLAY.

Additionally, all public places, including schools and stores, were shuttered.

A tour of many government buildings revealed that, with the exception of a few security guards milling about, no one appeared to be working there.

Our correspondent stopped by many government buildings and offices, including the State Secretariat, the House of Assembly Complex, the office of the Secretary to the State Government, the Extension of the State Secretariat, and the Government House Roundabout.

The capital of the state, Owerri, was spotted by passers-by as they played football on many main roadways.

Nevertheless, within the metropolis, skeleton mobility of both people and cars was noted.

Residents of the state are being asked by the State Police Command to disregard the sit-at-home order and continue with their lawful activities. The command emphasized that security services are prepared to ensure peace and order is maintained.

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