AStaff of Nigeria’s largest airline, Arik, have shut down its operations in Lagos.
The staff are currently staging a protest at the domestic terminal of the Murtala Muhammed airport.
The protesters displayed placards containing messages communicating their grievances.
Others danced to anti-establishment songs by the late Afrobeat musician, Fela Kuti.
“We want them to pay us our salaries. They are owing us for seven
months,” one of the protesters told PREMIUM TIMES.
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