Uber drivers in Abuja, the Nigerian capital, have commenced a strike action.
The drivers downed tools on Monday, amidst several allegations against the American owned global firm.
Uber has become increasingly popular in Abuja and Lagos especially among young, middle-class people.
It allows private car owners registered with it to work as drivers who can be easily ordered online by prospective commuters using their mobile phones or computers.
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