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    Posted January 18, 2012 by
    teenaija0880
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    LAGOS
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    This iReport is part of an assignment:
    Nigeria unrest

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    AFTER OCCUPY NIGERIA:LAGOS YET TO BOOM

     
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    This is because some of the filling stations had old stock, which was bought at the old price of #141 and according to them, selling at the current pump price would make them to incur huge loss.
    Notwithstanding, Lagos, the economic capital of Africa’s most populous country is yet to recover from the protest against fuel subsidy removal, that paralyses business and human activities for one week, with a semblance of the Arab spring, which Nigerians tagged “OCCUPY NIGERIA”.
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