PHOTOS: Day 2 of NLC strike(Updates)

The Nigerian labour congress (NLC) today continued with the nationwide strike that started yesterday as declared by the Ayuba Wabba-led faction of the congress.

Some states failed to join in the strike yesterday and leaders of the NLC gave the excuse that it was the first day but today also witnessed a reduction in the number of states as Mr. Wabba has announced that NLC is going to review the strike action.

Here are some states that witnessed protest by the NLC
1.) Kano
2.) Jos
3.) Oyo

Source: Nigerian Monitor

See Photos from todays strike protest across the nation, courtesy Naijaloaded:


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