January 1st 2012 Fuel Subsidy: The Revolution that We Missed

By Fejiro Oliver Freedom is never offered on a platter of gold; yet it is not compulsory that blood must be shed or lives lost before the people are freed. I personally dislike hearing the belief that a martyr must sacrifice his or herself as a benchmark for a revolution to take place. There are […]

Senate passes N161.6bn supplementary budget for fuel subsidy

PDF . . The Senate on Thursday passed the supplementary appropriation bill of N161.6 billion. The amount will serve as payment for fuel subsidy to oil marketers for 2012. President Goodluck Jonathan had on Tuesday sent a request to the National Assembly to approve an additional N161.6 billion to ensure steady supply of petroleum products […]

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