Banks and shops operating within the National Assembly Complex did not be open for business on Tuesday because of the budget presentation by President Muhammadu Buhari.
As of 8:30am on Tuesday, people who were denied access to the national assembly remained at the entrance.
Aides, and journalists who were not accredited were also turned back at the main gate of the complex.
On Thursday, the president wrote a letter to the national assembly, requesting to present the estimates of the budget to by 2pm on Tuesday.
According to the 2018-2020 medium term expenditure framework and fiscal strategy paper, the federal government plans to spend about N8.6 trillion next year, a 15% increase from the N7.44 trillion budgeted for 2017.