The sit at home order issued by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), to honor and remember members killed on September 2017, by soldiers of Operation Python Dance, on Friday witnessed what can be said to be a total compliance.
According to hypothetical survey carried out by our reorters shows that about 80 percent compliance was recorded in the south-east and south-south zone of the country, especially Anambra, Port-harcourt and Abia.
In Anambra, human and vehicular movements are sparingly on the average on major roads in Awka the Capital Territory, while Onitsha the commercial beehive of the South East, witnessed a total locked down as major markets like Main Market and Nkpo market were deserted with no human presence.
Similarly report from our correspondent in Onitsha has it that the entry and exit of Niger Bridge (Onitsha end and Asaba end) were equally deserted by vehicular and human movement on Friday morning at about 8.30am and 9.03am.
Another report emerged that across states in the south east shops, markets and some banks were shut down in, Aba, Onitsha and Nnewi while Awka and Ebonyi recorded slight activities.