I’ll Put An End To Sit-At-Home In Anambra From Today – Ubah


The senator representing Anambra South Senatorial District, Dr Ifeanyi Ubah, has vowed to stop the Monday sit-at-home in his constituency from today.

Monday sit-at-home in the South-East is the brainchild of the Indigenous People of Biafra to protest against the continued incarceration of its leader, Nnamdi Kanu.

Ubah who spoke on Sunday while addressing  vigilantes and community security watch operatives from the four quarters of Nnewi, at the Ifeanyi Ubah International Stadium, Nnewi. said the sit-at-home, which always grounds economic activities in the region, did not augur well the people.

The senator, during the meeting, also unveiled a number of security gadgets and equipment he procured for security operations in Nnewi constituency and environs.

Ubah said, “The abrogation of the self-inflicted injury called Monday sit-at-home would start from this Monday, July 3. We are going to march in a road show across various markets and roads tomorrow (Monday) to demonstrate to the people that they are safe and should start coming out for business Mondays”.

“The vigilantes have been charged to beef up security around all the major markets in Nnewi and ensure that traders and their goods are given adequate protection from the so-called unknown gunmen this Monday and subsequent Mondays to stamp out the cankerworm called sit-at-home”.

“Monday is a serious day for business and economic activities, but the sit-at-home has spoilt businesses, commerce and economy in the region. It has thrown our youths out of jobs and this cannot continue.”


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