The second day of the indefinite strike called by the Nigeria Labour Congress,NLC and the Trade Union Congress, TUC recorded more success in Ondo State yesterday.
More residents of Akure, the Ondo state capital, trooped out in their numbers in solidarity with the protesters.
The people of the State who trooped out to register their displeasure over the removal of fuel subsidy by the Federal Government, converged, carnival like, at the front of the Cultural Centre , Adegbemile, Akure and danced to the music of the late Afro beat legend, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti.
The protest of yesterday which recorded more turn out of people was much more peaceful as the procession moved round some areas in the town, particularly the popular Oba Adesida road and Amudipe area.
Colour and seriousness was also added to the protest as Rev. Father Patrick Omoge of the Catholic Church Justice Development and Peace Commission urged members of the group to participate in the march against the policy of the government.
From Adegbemile, where the protesters took off, to the point where they dispersed, the atmosphere was peaceful and they danced round the town demanding for the reversal of what they called the anti people action of President Goodluck Jonathan.