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2 Things The South-east Governors Should Do To Stop The Sit-at-home Order In The Region.

This every Monday sit-at-home order issued by the members of the proscribed Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB), across the south-east region, is really unbecoming. So many sectors of the South-east region like the educational system, trade, banks, transport, etc have been affected by this unlawful exercise.

SOURCE: CKN Nigeria

It is alleged that the exercise is their way of expressing their grievances on some national abnormalities, but disrupting the activities of the region is really uncalled-for and that has to stop as soon as possible before it gets worse.

So many have been anticipating to see the compliance of the South-east residents after the governors had met few days ago on how to stop the Sit-at-home order issued by IPOB. But surprisingly, the situation of the street and roads seem the same as there are no activities going on in the region due to this unlawful exercise.

SOURCE: Channels Television

Here are two things the south-east governors should do to stop the sit-at-home exercise:

1.) The governors should engage the IPOB members in a dialogue. Honestly this situation is a very sensitive one that doesn't need a violent approach. This is to avoid endangering the lives of the residents. The southeast governors, should find out what the grievances of this people are and address it amicably. This situation needs urgent and serious attention.

SOURCE: Premium Times Nigeria

2.) Mandate all government workers, banks, schools, transportation companies, etc to function on Mondays or stand the chance to lose their operation in the region. The governors have the right to effect change and restore the activities of the region. If all these offices can resume work on Mondays, obviously it would subdue the sit-at-home exercise.

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