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Is Tuesday 4 October 2022 Sit at home or Public Holiday?

 Is Tuesday 4 October 2022 Sit at home or Public Holiday? Is Tuesday 4 October 2022 Sit at home or Public Holiday? In my opinion, Tuesday may be used as Sit at home as usual since Nnamdi Kanu's.

There will be a public holiday Monday, 3 October, 2022. The Federal Government has declared Monday, 3rd of October, 2022 to mark the 62nd Nigeria Independence celebration. This too coincides with the Nnamdi Kanu's Sit-at home order.
 
Meanwhile, Maazi Nnamdi kanu will be going to court on Tuesday 4 October, 2022 and people are asking if there will be movement. Others also claim the Monday Public holiday extends till Tuesday. Public Holiday on Monday 3rd October and Tuesday 4th October, 2022. Is Tuesday 4 October 2022 Sit at home or Public Holiday?

For those who live in the East like Enugu State, Ebonyi, Anambra, Abia and Imo, every Monday is sit at home. This order or practice has been standing since the leader of the proscribe IPOB, Onyendu Maazi Nnamdi Kalu was reprimand in the prison. 

 
So, for the people living in the mentioned states, the question on whether there is a public holiday on Monday, 3rd October, 2022 is not valid for them. Mondays are now the resting days for them.

Is Tuesday 4 October 2022 Sit at home or Public Holiday?

There is also a rumor that the public Holiday is extended till Tuesday 4th October, 2022. Is There Public Holiday on Tuesday 4 October, 2022? The answer is yes and no.

I said yes because Maazi Nnamdi Kanu will be going to court on Tuesday. But he will not be making a personal appearance. This is because the court will be holding in Abia State.


The Federal High Court in Umuahia, Abia state, has scheduled a hearing for Tuesday to hear the extraordinary rendition complaint brought by Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).
 
Aloy Ejimakor, Kanu's special counsel, announced this on Thursday in a statement captioned, "RE: Court to hear Mazi Nnamdi Kanu's extraordinary rendition case on October 4th."
 
"On 4th October 2022, the Federal High Court, Umuahia will hear Mazi Nnamdi Kanu's extraordinary rendition action, which I filed before the court in March this year," the statement added.
 
"The Suit is sui generis (of a peculiar class), and its primary goal is to correct the infamous wrongful removal or deportation or extraordinary rendition of Nnamdi Kanu, which is a clear violation of his fundamental rights under Article 12(4) of the African Charter on Human and Peoples Rights, as well as Chapter IV of the Nigerian Constitution.
Ejimakor, Kanu
 
“In addition to the rendition, I am asking the Court to redress the myriad violations that came with the rendition, such as the torture, the unlawful detention and the denial of the right to fair hearing which is required by law before anybody can be expelled from one country to the other. I am also seeking to halt his prosecution and restore him to the status quo before he was rendition on 19th June, 2021." Aloy Ejimakor further explained.
 
Meanwhile, it is not yet clear if all the Eastern States will observe the Sit at home since the court appearance is taking place in Umuahia and Maazi Kanu will not be making appearance. Read also: Adekunle Olopade BBN Biography, Net worth, Age, Education, Relationship, Family Life, Career,

Is Tuesday 4 October 2022 Sit at home or Public Holiday?

Is Tuesday 4 October, 2022 Sit at Home or Public Holiday?

No. There will not be a public holiday on Tuesday 4 October, 2022. Public Holiday to mark Nigeria 62nd Independence ends on Monday. But Sit at home is likely to happen on Tuesday 4 October since it has become a norm in the East to observe it each time Onyendu Maazi is going to the court.
 
My candid advice to those living in the East is they should make further inquiries before leaving their houses on Tuesday 4 October, 2022 for security proposes.
 
In my opinion, Tuesday may be used as Sit at home as usual since Nnamdi Kanu's hearing will take place in Umuahia appeal court. Is Tuesday 4 October 2022 Sit at home or Public Holiday?


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