Everything Occupy Nigeria

Everything Occupy Nigeria

 Massive rally in Kaduna led by Alhaji Balarabe Musa and Comrade Shehu Sanni.
In solidarity with suffering Nigerian masses and activists, friends of Occupy Nigeria will march together on Monday January 9th from McPherson Square to the World Bank Headquarters located at 1818 H...
Reuben Abati: Your Excellency, Daddy G.O and Baba Witch called while you were sleeping.
President Jonathan’s decision to increase the price of petrol on January 1, 2012, will go down in history as one of the most cynical decisions by a Nigerian president. Even though there is...
The decision announced by the Federal Government on January 1, 2012 to increase the pump price of petrol from N65 to N140 was greeted with protests across the country last week.
Your excellency,President Jonathan, I will first like to thank you for the prompt action you took on my second phase of open letter (series) written to you last year February, on the need to fulfill...
The president’s speech in his reaction to mass protest against government’s removal of oil subsidy, resulting in astronomical rise in prices across our national lives did not go far...
The Labour Movement and its allies have commended the House of Representatives for its extraordinary resolution adopted today in which it demanded suspension of the astronomical increase in the price...
As Nigerians from all walks of life gear up for the beginning of the “mother of all protests” on Monday, January 9, 2012, over increase in fuel price, journalist and author of Time to...
Foremost Nigerian novelist Chinua Achebe and a group of Nigerian writers at home and abroad have signed a statement asking President Goodluck Jonathan and other political leaders to act immediately...
The Nigerian house of representatives today passed a motion suspending the removal of fuel subsidy at an emergency session in Abuja. The motion was passed just as President Goodluck Jonathan was...
President Jonathan’s handlers did him a disservice Saturday night when he delivered another address to Nigerians on his controversial removal of the fuel subsidy.