Fuel subsidy removal: Nigerian Government fails to reach a compromise with labour [Protests/strike continues says labour]

The Nigerian Government failed to reach a compromise with labour at its meeting with labour leaders on Saturday night. Labour announced to the press that protests/the on-going strike will continue as a result.

This is a developing story. Check back with us for more.

What do you think about the Nigerian Government’s recent decision?

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One thought on “Fuel subsidy removal: Nigerian Government fails to reach a compromise with labour [Protests/strike continues says labour]

  • Ikyapa v philip

    (January 15, 2012 - 2:56 am)

    Gej has failed us jst 4 his selfish reasons,infact jonathan is a subsidy n should be removed.

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