Tinubu came and said subsidy is gone, now a lot of people are trekking across the country- Ene Obi
Ene Obi, a government team leader and action aid, criticized President Tinubu in an interview with Arise News. She expressed her disappointment that the president announced the removal of fuel subsidies without providing any further explanation on the matter. According to her, this abrupt announcement has resulted in a significant number of people having to travel by foot across the country.
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Tinubu is a Democrat; I Financed His Campaign with 57 Vehicles in Kogi East – Muri Ajaka
The Social Democratic Party (SDP) gubernatorial candidate, Muritala Yakubu Ajaka, has expressed optimism that President Bola Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu's administration will ensure a free and fair election is conducted in Kogi State. He stated that he knows President Tinubu personally and has financially supported his presidential campaign. Muritala Ajaka, who is a former member of the All Progressives Congress, alleged that he was attacked by Governor Yahaya Bello's security at Lokoja, the state capital of Kogi,
Reactions As FG Obtains Court Order Barring NLC And TUC From Going On Strike Over Subsidy Removal
According to a report by CHANNELS TV, the Bola Ahmed Tinubu-led Federal Government has obtained a court order restraining the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC) from embarking on its earlier threatened strike action over the removal of petroleum subsidies in the country.
Nigerian Govt. Again Meets LU, NLC Leaders In Presidential Villa Ahead Of Wednesday’s Total Shutdown
The Nigerian government delegation has once more invited the NLC leadership to a meeting at the Presidential Villa in Abuja to discuss the complaints resulting from the elimination of the fuel subsidy. According to The Punch, on Monday at around 5:45 p.m., the NLC traveled to the Presidential Villa under the direction of Comrade Joe Ajaero, its president.