Onitsha – The Independent People Of Biafra (IPOB) sit-at-home compliance is poor as people, Commuters and traders are seen going about their lawful businesses without harassment or intimidation in Anambra State.
Although virtually all the markets closed down in Onitsha metropolis, some petrol stations was under lock and keys as some commercial drivers and privates were seen looking for a place to buy fuel while the heavy duty lorries parked on the major highways.
Meanwhile, the Anambra Police Command has deployed adequate securities to all nooks and crannies of the State including critical government installations. Undercover operatives were also deployed to gather intelligence.
According to the CP Garba Umar this is to enhanced visibility patrols and Joint show of Force of all security agencies within the neighborhood and highways are ongoing.
All major entries and exit routes in the State are well secured.
The Commissioner of Police CP Garba Baba Umar is presently out to assess levels of security deployment in the State.
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Author: Gloria Anaeze