Lagos, the nation’s commercial hub, has shunned the strike action declared by the Ayuba Wabba-led faction of the labour union according to DAILYPOST reports.
The Ayuba Wabba-led faction had declared indefinite strike to protest the recent increment in the pump price of petrol from N86 to N145.
However, findings by DAILY POST show that workers in the state are not complying with the directive of organized labour.
Their reports revealed that commercial activities in Lagos were going on smoothly with free flow of traffic. Earlier, there were reports that Ikorodu road was blocked by some protesters, however, checks show that there is free flow of traffic in the region.
Trip to the Murtala Mohammed airport revealed that commercial activities were not grounded as widely reported in the social media earlier as reported by DAILYPOST.
When an enquiry was made by a DAILYPOST correspondent from a staff of one of the commercial airlines he said, “We are operating today. We are not aware of any strike.”
Similarly, commercial banks in the state visited are open to customers.