Anambra workers defy Gov Soludo’s directive obey sit-at-home


Civil servants in Anambra State on Monday defied State Government’s directive to come to work every Monday against the Independent People of Biafra’s (IPOB) sit-at-home order.

The situation in Awka, reports that most government offices visited were under lock and key.

The Governor, Charles Soludo’s government had, on March 25, sent out a circular directing workers to report to their duty posts on Mondays.

The statement, which was signed by the Head of Service, Mrs Theodora Igwegbe said absence from duty on Mondays or any other official workday without approval will be viewed as serious misconduct which will attract appropriate sanctions..

However, only a few junior workers were seen loitering around the state secretariat complex on Monday, March 28.

It has been reported that even the Office of the Head of Service, together with the ministries in the block, was also under lock and key.

Most staff buses, which convey workers to and fro their offices were also seen parked in the secretariat.


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