The industrial town of Anambra state which is Nnewi and the commercial city which is Awka were still in a total lockdown despite the warnings which the Anambra state government gave to those who refuse to come to work. Even as the Anambra state government threatened that they will sanction banks, markets, transport parks and the rest if they do not become active in the economy, the warning did not still stop the sit at home order given by the Indeginous people of Biafra (IPOB).
Workers have still remained at home for more than three months now and this has led to a major break down in the mighty economy of South East Nigeria. Although some leaders of the traders in Anambra state have laid allegations against the Anambra state government, they accused the Government of not providing adequate security for their safety. Streets have been deserted for months now.
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