Gov. Willie Obiano of Anambra state on Monday led the enforcement of return to businesses and other economic activities in the state.
The state in last five weeks has witnessed a shutdown on Mondays, leading to a directive by Obiano to business owners, banks and market leaders to resume duties or risk sanction.
The governor who led members of his executive council round the state capital visited banks and markets in the state capital.
At Eke Awka market, the governor thanked traders who braved it to come to the market, saying that the state must avoid giving urchins chance to take over the state.
Though only few vehicles could be found in the road, most businesses including motor parks, banks and markets were opened for business, against previous Mondays that left the state capital a ghost town.