(TT) – An upcoming musician popularly known as Frank-D has appealed to governor Charles Soludo to consider the sanctions he placed on civil servants who observe IPOB’s sit at home on Mondays.
The musician used his official facebook account to make the plea to the new governor requesting him to return the respect the people gave to him during election, reminding him that some people may pay with their lives on the process of diobeying the sit at home order.
He wished him wisdom, understanding and knowledge as he leads the state. He wrote:
“A humble plea to my dear Governor Pro. Charles Soludo, please sir we the people of Anambra value and respect you a lot, and that’s why we voted you in. I will like you too in return to respect and value the lives of those that voted you in office.”
“Putting out sanctions on civil servants for observing sit at home on Mondays is not a bad idea, but remember some people may pay with their lives on the process. I am based in IMO state. And same stubbornness cost many lives and lost of properties.”
“The people gone were the bread winners of their house hold too as you are to your beautiful fam. Please I beg you again, as you embark on your journey as the Gov. elect may God grant you wisdom, understanding and knowledge as King Solo. Remain blessed.”