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Nigerian oil unions vow to disrupt crude exports

Nigeria’s main oil unions said that their members will join next week’s planned nationwide general strike and warned that this would disrupt the country’s exports of crude to the world market.”There will be no activities at the oil rigs and export terminals. This strike will be total since the government has refused to bow to the voice of reason,” said Mojibayo Fadakinte, general secretary of the PENGASSAN union. “It is not our fault. The government should take responsibility if the country’s oil production is disrupted,” he told AFP, blaming President Olusegun Obasanjo for failing to bow to workers’ demands for a cut in fuel prices.Full Story

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