Lagos - The National Labour Congress strike against the removal of the petrol subsidy has caused mayhem across the country, with schools, banks and government offices being forced to close in Jos, Punch reports.
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Workers were prevented from going to work and were instead persuaded to participate in the strike.
The Union went as far as moving from office to office chasing away anyone who had reported for work.
Most banks and public schools closed down too in fear of any retaliation, forcing the State to come to a standstill.
According to the DailyPost, airport staff as well as passengers were left stranded as the airport was shut down by the Union's protestors.
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