Workers in Kogi State have started the indefinite industrial strike action they ought have embarked-on on Monday, June 27.
However, the leadership of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC) had on Friday directed workers in the state public service to embark on an indefinite strike from June 27.
It was gathered that on Monday, the first day of the industrial action, civil servants in the state defied the order issued by the organized labour as they went about their daily activities. But on day 2, the strike action began to gather momentum.
Commercial banks operating in the state, also showed their support for the industrial action as all businesses in banks were left on standstill. Quite a number of customers were said to have left their banks in disappointment as they were unable to achieve their aims due to the strike.