Anambra State Govt Debunks Rumour Of Closure Of Schools & Markets 

Posted on December 1, 2022

The Anambra State Government has debunked rumours flying in the media space that it has ordered closure of schools and markets in the state on the 15th and 20th of December, 2022. 
In a statement signed by Sir Paul Nwosu, Honourable Commissioner for Information, the State Government said, “Our attention has been drawn to a fake notice flying around the social media wherein it was alleged that Government has directed that all Schools and Markets in the State be closed on the 15th and 20th of December”.
“Let me state clearly that;
1. Both information are very much untrue, false and misleading.
2. That I have not issued any such release.
3. That the fake news did not emanate from my office nor any other government information unit.
4. The public is hereby called upon to dismiss the information as fake, false and misleading.
“This is the handwork of mischief makers” the Honourable Commissioner said.

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