According to reports, some people believed to be members of the Indigenous People of Biafra allegedly chased out students writing the ongoing WAEC exams and their invigilators out of the exam halls in Imo state.
The affected school was Comprehensive Secondary School, Nkume-Njaba in Njaba Local Government Area of Imo State.
IPOB had earlier insisted on its earlier sit-at-home directive on Mondays in Imo despite all important English language exams scheduled for the same day.
The reports claim that a video that circulated online on Monday, showed how roofs of the exam halls were set on fire after students and invigilators were sent away.
Residents of Imo State had, on Monday, went about their usual daily business activities with some businesses, fast-food centres, artisans, street/road side traders, super markets and mobile food vendors smoothly running their affairs.
Unlike the previous week, a reasonable percentage of buying and selling went on in virtually all the local government areas of the state, including Okada riders.