Photos: Updates from the IPOB declared Sit-At-Home Protest

All private and mission schools in Anambra State would remain closed today in obedience to the sit-at-home directive by the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB.

This came as the police authorities announced clamp down on any breach of peace in the south east and south south states.

Various churches in Anambra announced to their congregation on Sunday that all schools managed by them should remain closed to enable them remember all those who died during the Biafra war.

Similarly, private schools authorities gave their pupils a free day and urged them to remain in their homes. Also out of fear, many banks announced that they would not open to public, although they would work in their offices.

Many people made panic purchases of their household requirements, yesterday, as the various markets prepare to lock up in obedience to the IPOB sit-at-home order. Military helicopters hover around Kanu’s home.

Below are some photos of desserted streets in South East and South South States

Owerri main market, Imo State

Owerri Main Market

Owerri Main Market

New Market, Owerri

Mile One Market, Port Harcourt, Rivers State

Aba Locked down

Aba Locked down

The most busiest road in Owerr, Douglas Road

Douglas Road

Douglas Road

Douglas Road

Old Park and Chris Chemist, Enugu

Old Park and Chris Chemist, Enugu

Old Park and Chris Chemist, Enugu

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