Senate toes the step of Reps, tells Jonathan tell Jonathan to revert N65 fuel pump price

(m) at 11-01-2012 02:43PM (8 years ago)

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ABUJA—The Senate, yesterday, joined the House of Representatives in asking President Goodluck Jonathan to revert fuel pump price to N65 per litre. In a closed door session, the senators urged the Senate President, Senator David Mark to convey the message of the upper chamber to President Jonathan within 24 hours.

This came as the nationwide protest called by the organised labour against the removal of subsidy on petrol which commenced on Monday was hijacked on its second day by hoodlums in Ogun, Kaduna, Oyo and Edo states even as the Nigeria Labour Congress vowed that the protests will continue indefinitely until the Federal Government reverts the pump price of petrol to N65.

The Federal Government also yesterday declared that it was still ready for dialogue with organised labour, saying that “the option of dialogue is still open”, as it cautioned the security agencies against the use of force against protesters.


MilleniumMan (m) at 11-01-2012 07:01PM
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They came out late.
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deboalabi262 (m) at 11-01-2012 08:04PM
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Source of your info.. Huh? Huh? Huh?

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MilleniumMan (m) at 11-01-2012 09:04PM
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Check http://www.afrikeo.com/news/39262-revert-to-n65--senate-tells-jonathan
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Solidstonez (f) at 12-06-2012 02:24PM
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