It has been announced that Anambra State Government will not pay the salaries of any workers who abstain from duty in compliance with the Indigenous People of Biafra’s directives to sit at home.
IPOB had declared a sit-at-home protest every Monday in the South-East, starting on August 9, to pressure the Federal Government to release its leader, Nnamdi Kanu, who is currently incarcerated for treasonable felony.
However, on Sunday, a public service announcement issued by the state’s Head of Service, Harry Udu, urged workers to report unfailingly for duty on Monday or risk being sanctioned.
Commissions and permanent secretaries were instructed to monitor the situation and report accordingly.
Anambra State’s government has directed that all workers in the state attend to their duties on Monday 9th August 2021.
Failure to comply will result in severe sanctions, including the loss of salary for the month of August.
The Hon. Commissions and Permanent Secretaries must report on compliance, please.
It is important to make this information as widely known as possible within your organization.”