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As the two days warning strike declared by the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) begins today, Oyo state secretariat has kept its main entrance and exit points opened for workers to report to duty.

Naijanewshub.com.ng monitored the situation and level of compliance observed that a sizeable number of civil servants resumed to duty even as the state pacesetter mass transit buses ferried a significant number of workers to the secretariat between 7am – 8.00am this morning.

Activities around some of the commercial banks at the Agodi axis were relatively low, as some of the bank officials hinted that they would continue to observe how the day’s event unfolded to determine full operation or otherwise.

Some of the bankers refused to speak even on condition of anonymous with journalists.
The notice for a two day warning strike was made last Friday by the NLC over impasse with the federal government on how to mitigate economic hardship Nigerians have faced as a result of the fuel subsidy removal.

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