Sit at home Order in the south-eastern part of Nigeria has come to an end, – COAS Lt. Gen Lagbaja..

    Lieutenant General Taoreed Lagbaja, the Chief of Army Staff, has announced the conclusion of the sit-at-home order enforced by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in the south-eastern states.


    He stated, “We have also intensified our actions in addressing the various criminal activities carried out by the Indigenous People of Biafra and the Eastern Security Network in the South East Region. Under the banner of Operation Udo Ka, our troops, in cooperation with other key stakeholders, have successfully put an end to the notorious sit-at-home directive that had severely hampered socio-economic activities in the region.”

    This statement signifies a significant milestone in efforts to restore normalcy and economic activity in the south-eastern part of the country. It highlights the collaborative approach involving the military and other relevant stakeholders to counter the disruptions caused by the sit-at-home order.

    The cessation of the sit-at-home directive is expected to have a positive impact on the region’s socio-economic activities, fostering a conducive environment for growth and development. It also underscores the government’s commitment to maintaining peace and stability in the affected areas.

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