The police in Abia State say they are taking steps to ensure there is no breakdown of law and order following the stay-at-home order by MASSOB.
The command has given the assurance that it has put in place aerial and land surveillance and is ready to clamp down on any person, groups or individuals intending to compel the residents to stay at home.
The Commissioner of Police, Adeleye Oyebade, says the directive by MASSOB is an infringement on the fundamental rights of the citizens and will not be tolerated.

Meanwhile the Socio-cultural groups under the aegis of Abia State Youths Development Organization, have congratulated Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State over his Supreme Court victory in the governorship tussle  after the 2015 election.
The National President, Prince Obinna Ehumadu, while speaking with journalists, said  Governor Ikpeazu’s victory means unity, progress, greater development and peace in Abia State.