FG opens talks with labour •Says it can no longer bear subsidy burden •Begs labour to examine proposal •Only N900bn spent on subsidy annually – PPPRA replies Senate

THE Federal Government, on Thursday, in Abuja, opened talks with labour on the proposed petroleum subsidy removal, describing the meeting as a “successful and continuous interactive session.” The Minister of Labour and Productivity, Chief Emeka Wogu, declared that the government could no longer bear the subsidy burden at the expense of failing infrastructure that could directly affect the lives of ordinary Nigerians. view full text

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