Businesses Open In Imo After 3-day Lockdown

 
Fri May 20th, 2022 - Abia
 

Hundreds of Imo residents yesterday trooped out in their numbers to resume business activities following the end of a three-day lockdown observed across the Southeast states.

The abandoned Wetheral, Douglas, Okigwe roads were a beehive of activities even as people rushed to beat the heavy traffic gridlocks.

Banks and ATM machines were besieged by customers who struggled to obtain cash despite the long queues The long queues was also witnessed at the fuel stations.

The abandoned bus stops and parks were busy as commuters were seen boarding or alighting and motor boys loading for places outside Owerri and Imo State.

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Secondary school students filled the roads as they rushed to walk or catch buses heading towards their school, while parents drove or held the nursery and primary pupils to school.

At the World Bank Roundabout, civil servants trooped out in their numbers even as they exchanged pleasantries amidst smiles.

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source: Leadership