The commercial city of Awka became desolate with shops, streets empty In the capital of Anambra ahead of the gubernatorial election.
Recall that there have been several warnings from the Indigenous People Of Biafra that if their convener; Kanu is not released the upcoming election will be disrupted and a sit-at-home order will be imposed in all spheres of the state.
Yesterday the spokesman for the IPOB, Emma Powerful released a statement and nullified such news, where he stated that the proscribed group does not correlate with the election, and the election will hold free and fair, with no disruption from the National Biafra Guard, but they should be security conscious during and after the election.
Earlier today, the city recorded its lowest human ebb activities, like shops, streets were empty In the capital of Anambra ahead of the gubernatorial election.
Despite the statement made by the Biafra group that the Indigenous People of Biafra members should go and exercise their right to vote, without fear.
Our correspondent visited the scene and noted that commercial activities, movement of cars and properties were at the minimum level, even filling station failed to open.
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