Everything Occupy Nigeria

Everything Occupy Nigeria

The man died in him who keeps silent in the face of tyranny – Wole Soyinka I trust you are keeping well within the safe confines of the soon-to-be-further-fortified Aso Rock complex.
Nigerians in Atlanta will, on Wednesday, January 11, protest at the Nigeria Consulate, 8060 Roswell Road, Atlanta, GA 30350.
Doctors participating at the joint NLC/TUC/ASUU/Civil Society rally against removal of fuel subsidy in Ibadan  on Monday, January 9, 2012.
Protetsers stormed the streets of Akure, the Ondo state capital to protest against President Goodluck Jonathan's increase in prices of gasoline.
A huge protest movement is in progress in Lagos on a second day of strike action over removal of gasoline subsidy in Nigeria. Some 500,000 Nigerians massed at the Gani Fawehinmi Park in Ojota area of...
A Statement of Solidarity with the Nigerian People!-(1)    We, the undersigned members of The 1960 Collective at home and abroad, hereby declare our support for the popular movement...
Last Saturday, President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan addressed Nigerians for the second time in as many weeks. This time, he attempted a multi-pronged defense of his decision to remove fuel subsidy. It...
The "occupy Nigeria, protest train took off from McPherson Park in Washington DC marching through the White House ground before settling to an ivasion of the World Bank Hq in Washington DC.
The outing today has been highly impressive. Thousands, mostly youths, including students, workers, business people, the unemployed, CSO, women’s groups were all on the streets.
As more condemnations continue to trail the Federal Government’s removal of the subsidy on fuel, the first Vice President of Nigerian Bar Association, Mr. Blessing Emonena Ukiri, has said he is...
The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Trade Union Congress (TUC) and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) have commended workers and the Nigerian people for their overwhelming support and commitment to...