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MY VIEW ON OCCUPY NIGERIA:FUEL PRICE HIKE

Nigerians started 2012 with a burden gift from the President, Goodluck Jonathan, who removed subsidy on fuel and increased the pump price from #65 - #141. … Read More»

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Fuel Subsidy Saga in Nigeria

The topic was hot and timely; news on television, radio, online, group discussions were all centered on the same topic – fuel subsidy removal. … Read More»

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Fuelling the Pains of the People

While the whole world awoke on January 1st in the New Year with hope for 2012, Nigerians were hit with a shock by the government. … Read More»

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OCCUPY NIGERIA:LAGOS STOOD STILL

Initially it was as though the proposed strike would not take place, but with time people gathered in groups discussing the possibility of the strike. … Read More»

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UNITED TO OCCUPY

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CIVIL SOCIETY GROUP MOBILISES LAGOSIANS FOR ANTI-FUEL SUBSIDY PROTEST

The recent fuel hike in Nigeria from #65 - #141 has been challenged nationwide by Nigerians, because they believe it would further impoverish an average Nigerians. … Read More»

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