Footage shows how passengers in Lagos airport are stranded after the aviation workers joined the industrial action of the organised labour.

The strike which started on Monday, June 3 was termed indefinite by leaders of the union after pressing demand of improved minimum wage to help workers meet the hardened economic situation in the country.

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Schools and several other activities have shut down amidst the ongoing strike and the financial implications this will have in the country will be massive.

In a video making the rounds online, intending passengers can be heard lamenting their inability to access the airport.

While organized labour is proposing N494,000 as the new minimum wage, the Nigerian government insists on paying N60,000.

In a last-minute move to end the strike, leaders of the National Assembly and organized labour met on Sunday night. The meeting, however, ended in a deadlock as the organized labour insisted on the commencement of the strike.