Sit At Home: How Mondays Is Gradually Becoming A Public Holiday In South-East Nigeria

Sit At Home: How Mondays Is Gradually Becoming A Public Holiday In South-East Nigeria.

The atmosphere in South-East Nigeria on Mondays is as quiet as a graveyard. Few individuals and motorist can be seen moving. Shops, banks, businesses and a lot more daily activities of the good people of South-East Nigeria are being locked and not functioning.




 
But then, what really is happening, and why are the people of South-East always at home on Mondays? The answer is quite open; there is an ongoing sit at home in the region every Mondays of the week. This according to reports by the Guardian Newspaper, the is in protest of the arrest and detention of Nnamdi Kanu by the federal government. Hence, the proscribed group - Indigenous People of Biafra, declared a sit at home every Monday in solidarity of their leader.

Another question that comes to mind is, do they people really want to be sitting at home on Mondays, or are they doing it for.... .....Proceed Reading For More Details 

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