Governor Charles Soludo has vowed that Anambra State will not comply with any illegal sit-at-home order issued by non-state actors.
The state government ordered residents to ignore any sit-in-home order issued by unauthorised individuals or groups in the state going forward.
This directive was made in a statement issued by Mr Christian Aburime, Press Secretary to Gov Soludo, on Thursday in Awka.
According to the statement, the decision was prompted by Simon Ekpa’s recent order to sit at home.
The release, which described the order illegal, urged residents of the state not to comply with such non-state actor commands or to blame themselves for doing so.
“Such directives should be completely ignored by the citizens of Anambra and, by extension, the entire South East,” according to the statement.
“Imposing sit-at-home orders by unauthorised individuals or groups is a clear violation of the law.”
“Anambra State will never obey a sit-down order.” Our markets, schools, businesses, and other social events will continue to operate as usual.
“Anambra State will never become a breeding ground for anarchy, fear, or lawlessness.”
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