Nigeria's President Mohammedu Buhari

Throwback Times reporters have reliably gathered that Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) have declared a two days Sit-At-Home following Buhari's planned visit to commission some of the just concluded projects by Gov Dave Umahi in the state.

Buhari will pay a two-day working visit to Ebonyi State from Thursday 5th to Friday 6th, our reporters gathered.

The state governor, David Umahi, in a statement on Tuesday said the President will inaugurate some projects during his visit.

The projects include Uburu-Mpu dualised Concrete Road, President Muhammadu Buhari 4-way Light Tunnel, State Shopping Mall, new Government House, new Governor’s Office and new State Executive Council Chambers.
He said, “We acknowledge with the deepest appreciation, your fatherly love and support to Ebonyi State like you do extend to other states irrespective of their party affiliations and which has made our modest achievements possible.
“As we welcome you and your entourage to the Salt of the Nation, please accept always, the assurances of the best regards of the Government and people of Ebonyi State.”