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Nigerian workers walk off the job again to protest rising costs after gas subsidies are removed

  • Nigerian workers went on a two-day strike to protest the removal of gas subsidies by President Bola Tinubu, which they claim has caused significant suffering. The strike is expected to disrupt activities in many sectors of the economy.
  • President Tinubu's measures to revamp the economy, including ending gas subsidies and devaluing the currency, have led to a significant increase in the cost of living for Nigerians.
  • The government offered a $5.5 million package to alleviate the hardship, but workers argue that it is insufficient and demand an increase in wages. The government requested more time to resolve the dispute, emphasizing the need for industrial peace.
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