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    Politics Fuel Price Increase: 10 Reasons Why NLC Should Not Go on Strike

    The decision of the Federal Government to remove fuel subsidy didn’t go well with some Nigerians, and especially its labour force. Starting Wednesday, the Nigerian Labour Congress vowed to embark on nationwide strike following the removal of fuel subsidy and increase in fuel price from N86.50 to...
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    Metro NLC Strike: 1o Things Nigerians Should Do Today In Case There Is Strike Tomorrow

    The Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) has said it will down tools as from tomorrow, Wednesday 18 May 2016 over the removal of fuel subsidy, and called on the Federal Government to reverse the Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) to N86.50 per litre, else the labour union will not rescind its decision on the...
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    Politics Dino Melaye Insists on Protest Over Fuel Subsidy Removal

    Senator Dino Melaye has maintained that he will still lead a protest if the Federal Government does not revert to the old pump price of N86.50 within seven days. Melaye said this while being a guest on Channels TV on Sunday evening. The Kogi lawmaker maintained that he will still be leading the...

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