Talks between unions and the Nigerian president aimed at ending the long-running dispute over fuel subsidies failed to reach an agreement, it was announced on Sunday. Union leaders have threatened to shut down the country's oil output.
REUTERS - Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan and labour unions failed to reach a compromise over government-subsidised fuel prices, but the unions said oil workers would not shut down crude output while the two sides kept talking.
Crisis in Nigeria
- Shiite protesters clash with police for second day in Abuja
- Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir orders release of 'all political prisoners'
- Nigeria's President Buhari vows to run again in 2019 elections
- Nigeria to investigate allegations of Cambridge Analytica involvement in elections
- Several killed in Boko Haram attack in Nigeria, says emergency services
- Kenyan opposition politican says he was drugged and deported
- Nigerian President Buhari meets released Dapchi girls
- Dapchi girl still held by Boko Haram refused to convert to Islam
- 104 Dapchi schoolgirls freed by Boko Haram
- Boko Haram frees most girls abducted from Dapchi school
- Amnesty: Nigerian army ignored warnings before abduction of Dapchi schoolgirls
- Boko Haram kidnappings: Can Nigerian schoolgirls be protected?
- Nigeria military 'rescues 76 schoolgirls' after Boko Haram attack
- More than 100 Nigerian schoolgirls still missing after Boko Haram attack
- Fears of a 'new Chibok' as Nigerian girls go missing in Boko Haram attack
Date created : 2012-01-15