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Photos: Fuel Subsidy Removal Protest In London

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Jan 7, 2012 – Fuel Subsidy Removal Protest In London

Several Nigerians based in London today trooped to the Nigerian High Commission located at Charing Cross area of the city to protest against the removal of oil subsidy by the Federal Government of Nigeria. naijagists.com

 

As early as 7.00am people have started gathering at a spot near London Underground station before moving en masse to the Nigeria House to stage a peaceful protest.

The High Commisioner, Alhaji Dalhatu Tafida addressed the protesters and promised to pass their grievances to the appropriate quarters (the dust bin).

3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Ekeh Maria

    January 7, 2012 at 5:03 AM

    The hardship of the subsidy removal is too much on d masses but i believe is something we will benefit from in the near future. Let us look at it from the point of view that we can now see the movement of our own crude in and out of our nation and how it is that we for a longtime now have unable to manage it and how much it has cost us for other nations to manage it for us.

  2. ogunleye ayodeji seun

    January 7, 2012 at 6:38 AM

    this is a step in the right direction. I hope this government will listen to voice of wisdom and avoid disintegration of nigeria.

  3. Watersamuel

    January 8, 2012 at 10:23 AM

    Uhmmmm…..,which way NIGERIA,people we suffer in d sun,queue 4 hours&voted 4,now they use free(fuel,food,shelter,automobiles&everything).they feel relax,&think of makyn life&things miserable 4 Nigerians dat suffer 2 put them in power,UN backs u,2make ur people sad&in hardship &u’re happy in which USA ‘ll never make americans suffer.Goodluck.Ebele.Azik jonathan,u gave Nigerians BADLUCK 2 start new year, did u know d number of death recorded within a week,as nigerians witness hardship mostly grassroot,u&ur generatns 2come ‘ll surely witness hardship,sword ‘ll never move out of ur generatn 4ever.

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