Friday, January 13, 2012

DAY 5: Meeting between FG and Labour ends in Deadlock

The meeting held yesterday behind closed doors between Labour parties and the Federal Government ended in deadlock. The two parties could not reach an agreement and so the strike continues. Another meeting would be held tomorrow, Saturday.
We hope GEJ’s Government will do what Nigerians are demanding and also remove fuel subsidy, so we can continue with our day to day activities. It’s bad enough we are in darkness now and most people have started complaining about being broke.

6 comments:

  1. The government is smart. They knew if they had said the cost of fuel should be 100naira we will still fight against that and they would reduce it to 80naira, but now that they have made it 140naira then it won’t go below 100naira. I just think NLC should not forget what Nigerians want, 65naira or no deal. Don’t sell us out.

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  2. I just heard NLC may settle for 95 Naira. Still a lot.

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  3. 95 Naira still much

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  4. In fact, it is tiring. I pray the strike ends this weekend so i can open my shop on Monday, cash down.

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  5. 65 Naira or nothing else

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  6. Day 5. I am so shocked and proud of my fellow Nigerians! I have stopped going to Ojota, because they're full out protests in my very own backyard. NLC surely realizes by now that they're not running the show, if they like let them negotiate for N65.50... Nigerians NO GO GREE! Was talking to my father and he was so happy, maybe this is birthing the new Nigeria he used to grumble about when I was a child, maybe not, but I'm glad that the government is seeing that LEVELS DON CHANGE!

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