In what appears to be an ongoing struggle for the release of the imprisoned Indigenous People of Biafra leader, Nnamdi Kanu, motorists, markets, business centers, schools, filling stations, and banks all went on holiday on Monday in various parts of Imo. The world.
While roads, car parks, and leisure centers are empty, some desperate Okda commuters have been spotted transporting frustrated passengers to their various destinations at exorbitant fares.
Our state-run reporter reported that some Imo City bus drivers, who enforced the IPOB order, operated in the woods to escape the wrath of IPOB supporters.
In the areas of Aboh Mbaise, Mbaitoli, Ikeduru, Owerri West, Ngor Opkala, and Njaba, the image resembled a market, with shops locked and residents occupied.
It was expected that it would be difficult for the presence of security guards, including armed armed police, to patrol the highways to maintain order and order.
Some of the commercial drivers who parked their cars, spoke about the situation, lamenting the situation which they said continued to put pressure on their families as they called on the Union Government to take immediate action on the release of Nnamdi Kanu.