Igwe Onuora has recently come out to speak on the sit at home order which is disturbing the economy of the south east, according to Igwe Onuora, if the sit at home order continues to persist, traders who usually travel all the way from the Northern parts of Nigeria will stop coming to eastern part of Nigeria to patronize Igbo traders and this would be a big blow to Igbo entrepreneurship.
Humphrey Udechukwu who is also a legal practitioner also spoke on the sit at home order and urged president Muhammadu Buhari to call for a meeting with the Biafran agitators and see if they can reason together and achieve a consensus, according to him, it will help to put an end to the sit at home order in the Eastern part of Nigeria. Humphrey Udechukwu further said that the problem between the Indeginous people of Biafra and the federal government of Nigeria was like a husband and wife who quarrel constantly leaving the children to face the emotional distress.
He asked Buhari to try and deduce something good from the advises of Igbo leaders and try to use it to make peace.
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