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NLC berates Buhari’s effort to revive ‘dying’ Economy

NLC berates Buhari’s effort to revive ‘dying’ Economy

🕔16:19, 21.Mar 2016

We await the outcome but what is crucial is that this moment, a quick decision needs to be taken, and policies put in place to make this economy functioning again.

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Corruption: Fashola under pressure to resign

Corruption: Fashola under pressure to resign

🕔14:56, 8.Feb 2016

“Fashola should resign, because he has failed the masses. It is time for him to…”

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UPDATE: The real reason NLC staged nationwide protest

UPDATE: The real reason NLC staged nationwide protest

🕔12:26, 8.Feb 2016

The NLC Protest is already affecting Power Supply across the nation.

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Buhari’s policies are hurting the poor – Shehu Sani

Buhari’s policies are hurting the poor – Shehu Sani

🕔16:45, 5.Feb 2016

“Indeed, rather than see reason with Nigerians, the Minister of Power, Works and Housing has been advancing spurious argument in justification.”

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Buhari disregards lawmakers, labour union

Buhari disregards lawmakers, labour union

🕔16:33, 21.Dec 2015

“These consumers will see an increase of N11.05 and N9.26 respectively in their energy charges.”

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TUC spits fire, demands more from Buhari

TUC spits fire, demands more from Buhari

🕔11:36, 11.Dec 2015

“The N18, 000 monthly minimum wage cannot even last the average worker one week.”

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Why Buhari could face mass rebellion soon – TUC

Why Buhari could face mass rebellion soon – TUC

🕔16:25, 10.Nov 2015

“We cannot afford to continue putting all our eggs in one basket.”

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Indicators reveal full extent of damage to Nigerian economy

Indicators reveal full extent of damage to Nigerian economy

🕔14:30, 2.Nov 2015

Buhari’s stewardship remains damned by three key indicators.

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Sanusi has lost touch with reality – NLC

Sanusi has lost touch with reality – NLC

🕔17:08, 26.Oct 2015

“We will never accept any further devaluation of the naira and we will not be part of the removal of oil subsidy.

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