Everything Occupy Nigeria

Everything Occupy Nigeria

Over 150 Nigerian activists and their supporters stormed the Nigerian Consulate in New York yesterday to protest the removal of the oil subsidy by the government of President Goodluck Jonathan.
The Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (PENGASSAN) has directed all oil production platforms to be on red alert in preparation for total production shutdown.
Nigerians in Southern California (NISC) have announced a solidarity meeting for Saturday, January 14 to decry the oil subsidy removal by the government of President Goodluck Jonathan
Activists in Lagos today continued massive protets against the removal of gas subsidy. At the Gani Fawehinmi Park in Ojota, Lagos. Some five hundred thousand protetsters listened to activists seap at...
The Federal Government’s contempt for Nigerian workers was expressed once again yesterday as it threatened to invoke the “no work, no pay” clause of the Trade Union (Amendment) Act...
Following Tuesday’s successful picketing of Nigeria House in New York by Nigerians and their friends, Occupy Wall Street will make a solidarity march to the same premises tomorrow, January 11.
Following inquiries of many Nigerians and a lot of rumours on the Internet, SaharaReporters confirms that President Goodluck Jonathan did not travel to South Africa for the 100th anniversary of the...
The Muslim Congress (TMC) this afternoon stressed that President Goodluck Jonathan must rescind his “wicked decision” and revert unconditionally to the old petrol pump price of N65 per...
An indefinite dusk-to-dawn curfew has been imposed on the Northern Nigerian State of Kaduna.
Following the ongoing crisis in the country surrounding the removal of fuel subsidy by the federal government, a Civil Society Group under the auspices of OCCUPY NIGERIA has raised alarm that...