- Professor Charles Soludo has directed that the residents of Anambra state would take part in a one-day prayer session
- Soludo stated the prayer session will counter all of the evil results of the sit-at-home in Anambra state and Nigeria
- Based on the governor, the session can be used to hunt the face of God and mark an finish to the Monday sit-at-home
The governor of Anambra state, Charles Soludo, has directed that each one the residents of the state observe a one-minute prayer to counter the prevailing sit-at-home order allegedly given by the Indigenous Folks of Biafra (IPOB).
Leadership reviews that Soludo who described the impact of the sit-at-home order on the state as evil stated the prayer session will work towards all of the actions of gunmen terrorising Anambra and the southeast as a complete.
The prayer session, the governor stated would happen on Monday, April 4, 2022, in church buildings and different spiritual worship centres throughout Anambra state.
Talking at a stakeholders’ peace assembly with safety chiefs, conventional and spiritual leaders stated:
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“I enjoin you to pause and take part fellowship as we search the face of God. It’s anticipated that the conclusion of the prayer session shall mark the tip of sit-at-home in Anambra state.”
The proscribed members of the IPOB led by Nnamdi Kanu had given the order of the each Monday, sit-at-home on July 30, 2021.
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Authorities in any respect ranges in Nigeria have been urged to seek various technique of addressing a number of the agitations within the southeast area.
The decision was made to the federal and state governments by the governor of Anambra state Professor Charles Soludo.
Soludo additionally warned that not real agitations by the folks mustn’t at all times be tackled with brute drive.
Residents defy directives from Soludo, Uzodinma over Monday sit-at-home
Residents in Anambra and Imo states had continued to steer clear of work regardless of the directives given by the governors of the states.
This motion by the residents comes days after Governor Charles Soludo and Hope Uzodinma mandated all civil servants to make sure they’re at work on Mondays.
The residents urged the governors to do extra to make sure that the folks can be safe after they go away their properties for work on Mondays towards the already current sit-at-home order.