The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has vowed to clamp down on some elements in the Southeast enforcing the Monday sit-at-home.
The development has crippled economy in the region as banks, shops and other organizations remain shut on Mondays over fear of attack.
DAILY POST recalls that the secessionist group, sequel to the detention of its leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu by the Department of State Services, DSS, had ordered that a sit-at-home be observed across the region every Monday pending the freedom of Kanu.
But following pressure from stakeholders, the group rescinded its decision, stating that the order would now be observed only when Kanu is appearing in the court to continue his trial.
However, despite the suspension, some hoodlums disguised as IPOB members in the region have…