In a circular signed by the Head of Service in Anambra, Mr. Harry Udu, the governor said that civil servants would not work on November 4th, and 5th, because of Saturday’s Anambra governorship election.
Ndu said that the work-free days approved by the governor were to enable residents in the state to move to the locations where they registered as voters.
Willie Obiano said, “This will enable Public Servants in Anambra to travel to their respective communities to cast their votes on Saturday Nov.6.”
Meanwhile, Petroleum marketers have also announced that their outlets in Anambra would shut down operations on Thursday due to the state’s November 6 gubernatorial election.
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