Anambra Declares Monday Prayer Session To Counter Monday Sit-at-Home Order

Prof. Chukwuma Soludo, the governor of Anambra State, called on the people of the state to attend a one-day prayer session against the activities of gunmen terrorizing the state and the South-East region on Saturday.

He explained that the measure was important to combat the wickedness associated with the Indigenous People of Biafra’s sit-at-home edict.

The governor said that the prayer session will take place in churches and other religious centers around the state on Monday, April 4, 2022.

The prayer session, according to Soludo, was against people who were using the IPOB’s name to wreak havoc in the state.

In Awka, he addressed a stakeholders’ peace meeting that included security chiefs, traditional rulers, and religious leaders.

“I implore you to halt and join us in fellowship as we seek the face of God,” he urged. The conclusion of the prayer session is expected to mark the end of Sit At Home in Anambra State.”

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