Professor Charles Soludo, the Anambra state government has declared an official end to the Monday sit-at-home order in Anambra State.
Soludo announced in a statement on Monday, 4th April 2022, where he promised that all areas of concern will be looked into.
he also added that the government is determined to go after criminals threatening the peace and development of the state.
Soludo also disclosed that a Peace and Reconciliation Committee with the mandate to look into and make recommendations on how to address challenges that led to the declaration of the sit-at-home would soon be constituted.
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The Monday sit-at-home was declared by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in solidarity with the leader of the group,
Nnamdi Kanu has accused the government of arresting and keeping them in detention illegally.
The order had crippled economic activities in the area as offices, markets, and other public places remain shut with the residents staying indoors out of fear of getting attacked.
Soludo said it will come to a stop with immediate effect and implored all those with guns to enforce the order to embrace the amnesty offered by the government.
The governor called for people’s support and prayers, as we have resolved to fiercely after criminal elements who are out to threaten our peace and distort state development.