Nigerian labour unions entered talks with Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan Sunday, aimed at ending the long-running dispute over fuel subsidies. Union leaders backed down from threats to shut down the country's oil output.
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This is a big test for Nigerian democracy and for the wisdom of the current Presidency. If President Jonathan let the protest continue beyond Monday 16th of January thereby holding the Nation hostage continuously, one would have no choice but conclude he is not working for the nation but for himself and his friends. Then he should get ready to step down.
I think and believe that this strike has come to an end
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