Members of the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria, on Tuesday, shut down the Federal High Court, Ikoyi, Lagos State.
They also sent out staff from offices, courtrooms and premises of the court around 9am.
They also sealed some of the offices and pasted strike notices on their entrances.
JUSUN had on Thursday declared an indefinite nationwide strike over its demand for financial autonomy for the judiciary.
The union had at its national executive meeting in Abuja on March 13, 2021, issued a 21-day ultimatum to the government.
In a circular dated April 1, 2021, the union had told its members to shut down courts across the country from Tuesday, April 6.
The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), had on May 22, 2020, signed into law an Executive Order granting financial autonomy to the legislature and the judiciary across the 36 states of the federation.
The Executive Order No. 10 of 2020, made it mandatory for all states to include the allocations of both the legislature and the judiciary in the first-line charge of their budgets.
The order also mandates the accountant-general of the federation to deduct from source amount due to the state legislatures and judiciaries from the monthly allocation to each state, for states that refuse to grant such autonomy.