Nigeria: More anger over gov’t plan to cut fuel subsidy
The Nigerian government’s plan to cut subsidies of petroleum products continues to enrage a large segment of the population, with warning that it could trigger protest.
There are heated debates across Africa’s most populous nation about the planned action.
One of such debates took place during a roundtable organized on good governance by the Faculty Board of the Initiatives, a group of Nigerian Legislator in the capital, Abuja.
As WADR’s Abuja Correspondent Martins Martins reports, the discussion centered on deregulation in an emerging economy and the plan to cut subsidy on petroleum products.
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