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Fuel Subsidy Mixed feelings trail new fuel pump price of N145 per litre

The Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) has swiftly kicked against the increment, demanding that government reverts to the initial price of N86.5 per litre.

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Since the announcement of the removal of fuel subsidy and the new pump price of N145 per litre, Nigerians, online and offline, have been lamenting, with some in total support of the move.

Labour has also moved against the new policy, which was finalised at a meeting of stakeholders in Abuja on Wednesday, May 11, and presided over by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.

The Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) on Wednesday demanded that government reverts to the initial price of N86.5 per litre or get ready for a showdown.

READ: 'Buhari hates Nigerians,' Governor blasts President, APC over fuel subsidy removal

See some Twitter reactions below:

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