Sit at home: Go to church on Sunday, Imo Govt urges citizens

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. . . Gives 5 days grace for submission of weapons

– The Imo has urged the predominantly community to ignore the sit-at-home order by Biafra separatists and attend Sunday services tomorrow, May 30, 2021.

It noted that as predominantly Christians, nobody has the right to them worshipping God or even abridging their to freedom of worship and movement.

The government in a statement issued on Friday by the Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Hon. Declan Emelumba, assured the of their as they go about their legitimate businesses.

Hon. Emelumba said it was sacrilegious for any group to bar people worshipping God and seeking means of feeding themselves the guise of sit-at-home order.

The commissioner disclosed that “the government has put adequate security measures in place to checkmate those may attempt to harass or intimidate law abiding on legitimate means”.

According to Emelumba, the government “has detailed security agents to deal decisively with anyone foments trouble in the name the enforcement of a sit-at-home order”.

The commissioner further announced that the government has decided to mop up weapons the system as part of checking the unleashed by .

He urged “those in possession of arms to submit them to the nearest within the next five days”.

Emelumba assured that “those comply with the directive within the five days grace would be granted amnesty while those refuse to do so suffer the consequences of their indiscretions.