Workers in Ekiti state today complied with the three days warning strike declared by the organised labour in the state to press home their demands.
At the state Secretariat in Ado Ekiti, some Ministries, Departments and Agencies, only few workers were on ground.
The few workers on duty were seen in groups discussing the issue of the strike.
Also, entrances into some of the offices were locked while few offices were opened for management staff.
similarly, reports from across the sixteen local governments of Ekiti state showed that council workers complied with warning strike.
However, council chairmen and other appointees as well as management staff were on their duty posts.
The Ekiti state Head of Service, Dr Peju Babafemi had earlier appealed to the organized labour to shelve the strike to enable the state government to dialogue with them.