By Idowu Isamotu & Onyeka Obi
Activities were crippled at the National Assembly and headquarters of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) in Abuja on Tuesday.
This is as a result of the directive of the organised labour comprising Nigeria Labour Congress and the Trade Union Congress to all its affiliate unions.
Labour had directed its members nationwide to down tools in protest of the attack on the President of NLC, Joe Ajaero, in Imo State.
Although the National Industrial Court, Abuja, had restrained both the NLC and the TUC from embarking on the strike, the movement, however, ignored the order, insisting that the government at all levels must wake up to its responsibilities.
Below are scenes from the National Assembly and NNPC HQ: