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Scrapping of fuel subsidies to save Nigeria $5 billion

Nigeria’s government, which relies on oil for about two-thirds of its revenue, sees a silver lining to the plunge in crude prices because it will no longer have to subsidize fuel, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo said. “Lower oil prices also mean there is some advantage,” Osinbajo said in a panel …

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Entertainment and Revolution

Lagos – The Nigerian Entertainment Industry has grown and flourished in recent times, we seem to be witnessing a period where we have better movies, better music videos and better production, producers and directors are beginning to understand that there is nothing that sells your product as much as good …

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Nigerians in Dallas stage peaceful protest as strike enters Day 6

Dallas, TX – As the nationwide strike declared by the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) took off Monday, members of the civil society organizations, politicians, political activists, actors and musicians have said that the much canvassed revolution had finally commenced. The strike is a reaction to the sudden removal of fuel …

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Labor Strike Commences just as GEJ inaugurates 1,100 mass transit buses

President Goodluck Jonathan has inaugurated 1,100 of 1,600 mass transit buses at the Eagles Square, Abuja, as part of the palliative measures he promised Nigerians to cushion the effect of the removal of fuel subsidy. He also said the scheme was not put in place…READ MORE

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Nigerians Set to Demonstrate in Washington DC

Demonstrations protesting the removal of the gas subsidy in Nigeria will take place at the World Bank on Monday, January 9th at 11am to 1pm and at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Friday, January 13th at 10am to 2pm in Washington DC. “Since being elected into office, the current Nigerian Government has been …

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