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Sunday, January 15, 2012

Occupy Nigeria protests in pictures (part 2) - Abuja

Here are more pictures from last week. As it stands, seven days after commencement of strike action by labor unions, and protests by citizens, the Federal Government of Nigeria has refused to budge on its unpopular decision.

During the week, and even at the weekend, there were long negotiations between labor leaders and government. Fruitless negotiations I might add, because come tomorrow, Monday, the 16th of January 2012, it is expected that Nigerians will resume 'occupation' of the streets all over the nation since their demand for the reversal of fuel prices to N65 has not been met.

Nigerians are not only asking for a reversal of prices, but also for a greater show of sacrifice, sensitivity, accountability and justice against corruption from their leaders.

I will reserve my own personal opinions on the matter and allow you to view the pictures, make your comments and contributions. Remember to check out our Facebook page and become a fan, while staying tuned for updates.

Have a victorious week ahead!


























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