Four-day lockdown looms in South-east as Nnamdi Kanu’s trial resumes
The IPOB leader is scheduled to appear in court from January 18 to January 20.
There are indications that South-east residents may be forced to observe a four-day lockdown from Monday, as the IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu’s treason trial is set to resume at a Federal High Court, Abuja.The region is likely going to observe the sit-at-home order on the affected days, in addition to the Monday’s, despite it being suspended.
Some residents and motorists have been attacked lately in the region by gunmen for stepping out of their homes on Monday in ‘violation’ of the ‘suspended’ order.A commercial bus driver in Enugu, Joachim Nebo, is afraid that he would suffer enormous loss in the days to come because of the sit-at-home order.Read more: Premium Times »
They should pause the 4days lock down oooo, they're yet to reverse the one they started every Monday.. Say_No_to_A_4days_Lockdown_In_SE NnamdiKanu_We_Are_With_You
South, Middle Belt Leaders Urge Parties to Zone Presidency to South‘The basis of any viable democracy, especially in a diverse and complex country as Nigeria, is fair and even sharing of power…Therefore, unequivocally, and in full resolve, call on all political pa… Rubbish talk
Kanu's trial: IPOB declares sit-at-home in South-East on Tuesday - Punch NewspapersKanu's trial: IPOB declares sit-at-home in South-East on Tuesday A well deserved? Na so Boko Haram take start. Make dem continue. Until all Ibos run to the Southwest.
24 hours after rescuing kidnapped Plateau poly students, gunmen abduct four university students in NasarawaThis is coming merely 24 hours after police in Plateau State claimed to have rescued some students of the state-owned polytechnic .....
Four kidnapped students of Federal University of Lafia regain freedom - OfficialAccording to the university’s spokesperson, the students were released at the late hours of January 15.
Four kidnapped students of Nasarawa varsity regain freedomThe management of the Federal University of Lafia (FULafia) on Sunday said the four students of the institution who were abducted on January 13 have been as usual the fuIani kidnappèrs aren’t facìng justicè Thank God🙌🏽
Four Nasarawa Varsity Students Regain FreedomFour abducted students of the Federal University of Lafia, Nasarawa State have regained their freedom, the school authorities said on Sunday.