The Sit-At-Home order issued by the Indigenous People Of Biafra, IPOB across the south East states, asking members of the public not to go about their normal routine was partially adhered to in Enugu state.

Although there were few vehicles seen across some major roads, residents were still seen trekking to their various destinations and conducting their businesses.

As early as 8am, very few commercial buses were seen along the popular Enugu-Abakaliki express way as other passengers were left stranded at various bus stops.

But later in the day, other commercial drivers came out for business.


A quick stop at the busy Abakpa and Ogui Road during the morning hours showed most shop owners complied to the directive.

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Unlike other days when food vendors were seen taking orders, just a hand full of stall were open for business.

At the popular Ogbete Main Market, it was quiet at first but partially came alive before mid-day.

*Stores under lock and key during morning hours at Ogbete market in Enugu

Bounce News correspondent in Enugu reported that banks, private companies and other government establishments were in full operations throughout the day.

Transport companies were also in full operations but halted trips to Aba, Onitsha and Port Hacourt following reports of full compliance.

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