Suspected Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) operatives on Monday stopped students of Comprehensive Secondary School Nkume Njaba in Njaba Local Government Area of Imo who were about to write their West African Examination Council (WAEC) English Language Examination.
The students and staff were pursued by enforcers of the Sit-at-home order while they were about to write the West African Examination Council (WAEC) English Language Examination.
It was learnt that the sit-at-home enforcer entered the school premises around 8.30 to chase the students, staff and invigilators and burnt down all the motorcycles parked in the premises.
Narrating her experience, a student, who gave her name as Ngozi, said: “Unknown gunmen came into the hall to ask us to stop our exams and chased us out. They also burnt bikes.”
Imo state residents on Monday carried out their usual daily business activities.
In Owerri, the state capital, Wetheral, Douglas, Tetlow, Onitsha, Port Harcourt, Okigwe, Mbaise, Aba and Orlu roads, vehicles were seen plying the roads even as intra and inter-city bus services were available for commuters.
It was aslo learnt that some institutions such as banks public and private schools, apprehensive of possible invasion by hoodlums and miscreants, remained closed for customers, students and pupils.
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