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    Metro head To Fix Petrol Price, Begins Full Deregulation – Naijaloaded

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    Metro Ogun Students Protest Hike In Fuel Price, Compose Song for Buhari (Video) – Tori News

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    Business Fuel Hike: IPMAN says petrol now N162 Per litre – Laila’s Blog

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    Business Fuel price: Nigerians fear further hike, scarcity – The Guardian Nigeria News

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    Business Fuel Hike: DPR Sanctions 10 Filling Stations In Zamfara

    The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR), on Friday, said it had sanctioned 10 petrol filling stations, in Zamfara, for selling fuel above official pump price. Acting Controller of the department in Gusau, Saleh Audu, told newsmen, in Gusau. Audu said DPR had visited 35 filling stations...
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    Metro NNPC Issues Statement On Rumoured Fuel Price Hike

    The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has issued an official statement regarding the rumors of a fuel price hike. The statement issued by NNPC Group General Manager, Public Affairs, Mr Ndu Ughammadu, read,''NNPC wishes to assure consumers of Premium Motor Spirit, PMS, otherwise...
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    Politics House of Reps May Increase Petrol Price By N5

    Nigeria's House of Representatives is working towards increasing the price of petrol. DAILY TRUST reports that petrol will increase by N5 if the current National Roads Fund bill before the House of Representatives is passed into law. The technical committee, chaired by Chris Okoye, was in...
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    Metro Fuel Price Hike: NLC, FG Resumes Parley Talks

    The Nigeria Labour Congress led by Mr. Ayuba Wabba and the Federal Government will resume the suspended talks on the N145 fuel pump price on today, Wednesday, 25th, May 2016. The Director in charge of Press at the Ministry of Labour and Employment, Mr. Samuel Olowookere, said in a statement on...
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    Metro Fuel Price Hike: 5 Things NLC President, Waba Said on Channels Television Today

    The Chairman of the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC), Mr Ayuba Wabba, says the NLC will continue to negotiate with the Federal Government over its opposition to the hike in the pump price of petrol. Wabba while speaking on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily on Monday,noted the following points...
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    Metro Nigerian Prostitutes Set For Showdown, Plan Mother of All Protest Against Fuel Hike

    Members of the National Association of Nigerian Prostitutes (NANP), say they will soon embark on a protest to register their anger at the increase in fuel pump price. The body in a statement signed by its new leader, Tamar Tion who took over after the demise of former President, Jessica Elvis...
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    Metro FG Urges Waba Led NLC To Return To Negotiation Table

    The Federal Government on Wednesday said it was prepared to reopen negotiation with the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) over the fuel price hike. The Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige, said in a statement on Wednesday night that the strike action called by the NLC to press...
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    Metro NLC Members Hit Road In Ogun To Protest Fuel Price Hike – See Photos

    Some members of the NLC in Ogun state are presently staging a protest in Abeokuta, the Ogun state capital over the increased pump price of petrol...
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    Politics Ben Bruce Makes Common Sense on Fuel Price Hike [See Video]

    Common Sense Senator, representing Bayelsa East Senatorial district, Ben Murray Bruce has advised the federal government on fuel subsidy removal. See video: Source: OrderPaper
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    Metro Fuel Price Hike: ASUU Mobilizes Members, Begins Nationwide Strike Tomorrow

    The National President of Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Professor Biodun Ogunyemi has mobilized members of the union for strike and mass action commencing tomorrow to force the Federal Government to revert the pump price from N145 to N86. This was contained in a letter dispatched...
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    Metro Fuel Price Hike: 10 Reasons Why Labour Should Go On Strike

    The Nigerian Labour Congress has called on the Federal Government to revert the price of petroleum to N86 per litre. Talks between the Federal Government and labour unions as part of efforts to avert the planned strike by Nigeria Labour Congress to resist an increase in the price of petrol are...
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    Metro Fuel Price Hike: Bauchi Youths Stage Protest in Support of Buhari's Policy [PHOTOS]

    Nigerian Youths in Bauchi state are currently staging a protest in support of the removal of oil subsidy by President Muhammadu Buhari. See photos: Photo credit: Bauchi Facts
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    Politics Fuel Price Hike: FG, Labour Meeting Rescheduled For Today

    Discussions between the federal government and labour unions as part of efforts to avert the planned strike by Nigeria Labour Congress to resist an increase in the price of petrol are continuing on Tuesday. The meeting was rescheduled after both parties could not reach an agreement in an...
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    Metro Fuel Price Hike: Labour Leaders Kick as FG Proposes N120/Litre [DailyPost]

    In a bid to stop the strike action, the government during the dialogue meeting with the Labour unions last night proposed 120 per litre of fuel pump price. A competent insider told DailyPost that the federal government during the meeting with the Ayuba Wabba-led NLC proposed N120 per litre but...
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    Business Lagos: Ambode Donates 50 Buses to Cushion Effect of Fuel Price Hike

    The Lagos State Government Monday donated 50 new high-capacity bus rapid transit (BRT) vehicles to Primero Transport Services Limited to cushion effect of new pump price of petrol on its residents. The firm’s Managing Director, Mr. Fola Tinubu disclosed this at the firm's head office, Ikorodu...
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    Politics Fuel Price Hike: Read Adams Oshiomhole's Stand At The FG/Labour Meeting

    The Nigeria Labour Congress,NLC and its affiliate body, the Trade Union Congress,TUC, parley meeting with the federal government on Monday ended in a deadlock as labour unions vowed to press ahead with its industrial action, scheduled to commence tomorrow if the Federal Government fails to...