Ubah warns Simon Ekpa to stop ordering Sit-At-Home in Anambra

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Senator representing Anambra South, Ifeanyi Ubah, has told a Biafran agitator, Simon Ekpa, to take his sit-at-home campaign to his home state of Ebonyi and leave Anambra State out of it.
Last week, Ekpa ordered the South East states to embark on a sit-at-home exercise to protest the continued detention of erstwhile leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
But Ubah says the move is detrimental to Anambra indegenes and has warned Ekpa to stay off Anambra indigenes.
“We have observed the sit-at-home for nearly two years now and every Monday, all business activity in our state is paralysed,” Ubah said on Monday, July 3 during an interview on Channels Television.

“Because of that, we the stakeholders of my senatorial district have come to a conclusion that it’s time for us to open our businesses on Monday.”
“Some people who are not residents of our zone or even in the country have used this sit-at-home to create fear in people and, at the same time, are making money and impoverishing our people. It is time for us to move on,” the senator said.
Ubah asked Ekpa to take the crusade to his people in Ebonyi.
“I have heard from one Simon Ekpa, this is a warning Simon, for 17 good times you have mentioned Ifeanvi Ubah and I did not reply to you. You have been seeking my attention for 17 good times and I am answering you today, never ever mention Ifeanyi Ubah or Nnewi again.
Your state Ebony is APC state and you have never one day mentioned your state Ebonyi. Ebony does not observe sit-at-home, you are in Finland contesting for councillorship or whatever, and you go to your job on Mondays but you want to deprive people because you have communication gadgets, you have the internet to run propaganda.
“I am elected officer of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and I represent the people of Anambra South. To you Simon Ekpa and your co-travellers, for anyone of you to mention sit-at-home again, you will start preaching the sit-at-home from Ebony before you continue to mention Anambra State and Enugu.
1 am telling you Simon Ekpa, be careful, I won’t say more than this, you have mentioned me 17 times and I’m going to reply once, Try me you will see.

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