Senator Ifeanyi Ubah who represents Anambra South Senatorial District at the National Assembly has moved to end Monday’s sit-at-home in his constituency soon, saying the illegal exercise has caused much damage and plain to Ndigbo.
He spoke while addressing over 2000 vigilante operatives from the four quarters of Nnewi, comprising Otolo, Uruagu, Umudim and Nnewi-Ichi, at the Ifeanyi Ubah International Stadium, Nnewi, where he inaugurated security gadgets procured to ensure adequate security for the entire Nnewi community and environ.
Ubah lamented the adverse effect the exercise has so far inflicted on the economic value of Ndigbo, saying that he is also working hard to see that Nnamdi Kanu is freed from detention.
He said the vigilante would move into action to protect the people and their businesses to enable them to move out and do their businesses freely on Mondays. He directed them to commence work today.
Senator Ubah, therefore, charged the vigilante operatives to beef up security around all the major markets in Nnewi and ensure that traders and their goods are given adequate protection from the so-called unknown gunmen to stamp out the cankerworm known as sit-at-home.