Members of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and workers in Ondo state clashed during the enforcement of the two-day warning strike of labour unions.
In the video, some workers resisted being chased out of the office complex, resulting in a serious argument.
The labour leaders chased out workers from their offices at the state Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Health and other offices situated at Alagbaka.
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The NLC Chairman, Comrade Victor Amoko, who monitored the warning strike described it as successful, saying the strike was for all Nigerian workers and not only those in Ondo State.
According to Amoko, the Federal Government had done little to cushion the effect of fuel subsidy removal on the workers and general populace of Nigeria.
The leadership of the NLC called for a two-day warning strike following the hardship ocassioned by the removal fuel subsidy by President Bola Tinubu during his inagural speech.