SEPT 23 MEGA PROTEST: School, markets in S'East shut down for Kanu in compliance with sit-at-home order

Sit at Home protest : Live report from Biafra land

Ifeanyi Victor write: Schools, markets are closed except hospitals which is quite understandable

Salome Ekwunife wrote: Onitsha main market is closed down, school children are at home.

IfeomaChukwu Chiukwuemerie wrote: everywhere is shutdown, everybody is indoor listening #RADIOBIAFRA#

Izuchukwu Abazulu wrote: My brother everywhere is quite

Ugwu Sylvanus Wrote: Incredible! Onitsha is as quiet as a grave yard, deserted . Biafrans are mean.

Citizen Frank Marcelo Wrote: At Onitsha here no movement, all the markets was shut down including the biggest market in West Africa main market, both schools, banks, in fact no movement. Biafra is too much.

Izuchukwu Abazulu Wrote: Here In igweocha, all the schools has short down

Hyginus Nwankwo Wrote: Omagba z like a deserted area, no vehicle even kekenapepe to carry those saboutouers to their different areas. Everybody z at home, shops shut, schools both public and private are on hardlock .I am reporting from omagba in Onitsha north anambra state Biafra land



Dailyglobewatch Reports.

PARIS, SEPTEMBER 23, 2016: (DGW) REPORTS coming in from Nigeria say the mega protest declared by IPOB ordering everyone to stay at home protesting the continued detention of Nnamdi Kanu has been fully complied with as all major markets, shops in the region remained closed.
Schools , markets in the southeast cities of Onitsha, Calabar , Uyo, Aba, Port Harcourt, Asaba in Delta state remain closed in solidarity with the detained IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu.

There has not been any reported clash between the members of the various pro-Biafran group and Nigeria's security forces as of the time of filing this report as the protest according to our reporter is not violent.
We shall bring you the details of the mega protest as it unfolds. Stay connected.

The ever-busy Ubani market in Umuahia , Abia State under lock and key:


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