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IPOB sit-at-home: Umahi threatens absentee workers, traders

The Ebonyi State Governor, David Umahi, has said any civil servant that failed to report to work today (Monday), will not be paid and will be sacked.

Recall that many residents have been observing the sit-at-home order called by the Indigenous People of Biafra every Monday since August 9.

Despite its suspension, residents have still observed the order out of fear.

But Umahi, who frowned at the development still observed that defaulting civil servants didn’t receive their salary, he would equally ensure that they lose their job.

Umahi stated this during an All Progressives Congress stakeholders meeting, in Abakaliki, the state capital, on Sunday.

He said, “Any shop that is not opened tomorrow must be taken over by the government. Our South-EFast is about to be destroyed, but we have to fight to stop the.

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