Nigeria, Feb. 24 -- Staff of the Nigerian Investment Promotion Council (NIPC) on Wednesday in Abuja began an indefinite strike.

The staff shut their office complex in a protest against the Executive Secretary, Yewande Sadiku, accusing her of "executive felonies".

The protesting staff asked the government to intervene and address their grievances.

The entrance to the commission's easily recognisable office was barricaded by unions members who held multi-coloured posters with "Yewande Must Go" written on them.

The sparse group of protesters demanded payment of welfare allowances.

The chairman Association of Senior Civil of Nigeria, NIPC unit, Yusuf Mustafa, told PREMIUM TIMES the action will until they get results.

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