IPOB: Shun Mondays Sit-at-home Order, Or Face Sanctions – Soludo Warns Workers


Anambra State Governor, Prof. Charles Soludo has directed all public servants and political office holders in the state to start reporting at their places of work on Mondays or face serious sanctions.

This was reportedly disclosed in a statement signed by the Head of Service, Mr. Theodora Igwegbe, in Awka, on Friday. The statement read, “Following the need to reposition the service for better performance and productivity, His Excellency, Prof. Chukwuma Soludo, has directed that all public servants should henceforth report at their places of work on Monday as they do on other workdays.”

It noted, “Consequently, absence from duty on Monday or any other official workday without approval will be viewed as serious misconduct which will attract appropriate sanctions.”

It added, “This directive takes immediate effect. Political office holders, permanent secretaries and all heads of departments are to disseminate the content of the circular to all public servants under their supervision and ensure compliance.”

This is coming following the every Monday sit-at-home order by the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, which according to them had been suspended, but was still effective in some parts of the state.



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