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FG Insists It Won’t Revert Fuel Price To 65 Naira

The Federal Government of Nigeria today said it would not revert the price of fuel from N141 to N65, it vowed to continue with its deregulation policy which has been met with protests across the country.

The Senate and the House of Representatives have called on the government to restore the subsidy on fuel and hence end the nation wide strikes and protests which have rocked the country for 3 days now.

Addressing State House reporters at the end of the Federal Executive Council meeting at the Council Chambers of the State House, Abuja, the Minister of Information, Mr. Labaran Maku, accused Labour leaders of creating more pains for Nigerians with the ongoing general strike, mass rallies and public protests over the Federal Government’s removal of fuel subsidy.

He said President Goodluck Jonathan deserved to be praised rather than vilified for removing fuel subsidy.

“Deregulation is not an option arrived at in comfort or happiness. It was reviewed over a year. If Nigerians don’t want us to cripple the future of our children, deregulation is important and must stay.

“If we want the President to succeed, I believe he should be praised for taking this decision rather than being crucified,” Maku said.

The minister said although negotiations were ongoing between government and Labour, there was not going back on deregulation.

Meanwhile, the Chairman of the House Committee on Labour, Mr. Essien Ekpenyong-Ayi, said in Abuja that it was in the interest of peace for goverment to restore the subsidy.

The government’s hard stance may push the situation out of control, as labour and civil rights groups have threatened to take tougher steps to force the return of subsidy.

Source: Punch Newspapers

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94 comments

  1. Afam nnamdi ogbuchiekwe

    If there is no going back,then strike will go on.though its painful there is no backing down.

  2. But why did GEJ fail 2 listing 2 masses crying. Well u fail 2 listing God know how 2 judge u

  3. This is just a kind of cruelty to the Nigerian masses! Infact this present leaders you have to repent for your bad deed.

  4. gudluck ebele jonathan, y ar u so hearthless, u said u ar doin dix to ur folower bt they said they ar nt interestd y nt u resine dis nd revert bk the fuel subsidy…gudluck is a thief nt a gud president

  5. Fuel subsidy removal is in interest of the country’s future. I commend jonathan for making hard decision like this.

  6. I wish Mr President should go to God in prayer and really know the mind of God about the issue on ground.

  7. The NLC tune the situation for the worst,this is a matter of simple understanding,the masses refuse to accept the #145 fuel value but instead we were persuated to go on strike,the regret is that the masses have been queing up at the fuel station aleast to get a litre of fuel for #180 and even 200 naira.to what interest is this strike be made?

  8. I wish 2 ask, btwn d legislature nd d executive who is more closer to d pple? D fed. executive council shuldn’t nt think they can deceive Nigerians bcause dis country is nt due for fuel subsidy removal. Pls Mr President tke note.

  9. the fuel prize has to be deduct back to #65 ,without that we citizen are ready for war ,..we are nt meant to suffer ,the president is apponted to that sit in order to bring peace and happiness to the nation ,but he’s regime brings war nd sorrowful to our nation ,..we are saying NO to #141 , and all we want is #65 ….

  10. May God answer Nigerians by fire. Let God arise and his enemies be scattered. GEJ & Labour should pls come to compromise because the masses are dieying!!!.

  11. money. I think is de best decision ever taken by jonathan. If 4 v my way 4 will advic him to keep on with decision if only he belives from his heart dat he wil do it for real.

  12. y is jonathan proving heartless and selfishness. D majority masses said they ar nt interested in ur plan and u insisted. This shows dat u ar fighting for ur side and nt for d ppl.

  13. Is like is time to start killing. Bombing some of this govt people. Eg maku. Uweala. Sanusi. And also badluck wife. Etc. To start burning there houses. Let the war start now.

  14. Our leader(s) are 2 confortably enough 2 listen 2 the masses!

  15. ENGR. IBRAHIM ZUNTU

    Why Gud luck? no matter how good is subsidy removal, forget it. Nigerians are neighter domestic animals nor wild animals, kindly revert ur price to N65 and forget it just as u did to same s*x marriage.

  16. Goodluck please continue dont look back, when the going get tough, the tough get going. When son is sick i force him to take injection or pill which may be bitter but for his own good. Goodluck go on.

  17. Goodluck please continue dont look back, when the going get tough, the tough get going. When my son is sick i force him to take injection or pill which may be bitter but for his own good. Goodluck go on.

  18. i wonder why mr president find it difficult to agree to what the people want. May be he forgot that he was been elected by the people into the position he found himself today… How real is even these fuel subsidy of a thing??? To me, i believe it is not real… Is it only on fuel that the governments of the country can rely on? Isn’t there something else… Because of this fuel subsidy removal, every thing man will buy using money is been multiply by 2.5 compare to before; imagine this kind of life of suffering. Mr president i hurge you to make a rethink…

  19. de conscience is an open wound dat only de truth can heal. Jesus is de good we beliv n serve. Jonathan is de one representin good so i dont think any think should change his decision if am in his shoes cos even jesus suffer critics. N even wen he was born innocent souls died at war cos of him. Is same thin goodluck is passin tru is no news. Nothin good comes easy. So if am him i wil stand on my feet if my conscienc is leadin me correctly

  20. Badluck ebele jonathern u ar very stupid

  21. labour are d most cruel pple av eva seen in my life.wen fg z dey av pallitative measure wic was listd to d masses d labour shld av wait to c d outcome of it before embarkg on dis. Secondly,innocent pple are losg der lives,hoodlums are stealg whl some pple are starvg in der homes already. Labour lacks foresyt n dats y dey are doing dis.

  22. If removing subsidy is good and we dont want it why not put back the subsidy and any problem that comes,we will accept the blames why do you want to do good with force for nigerians goodluck sambo keep your good to yourself and lets enjoy while we produce oil..your administration is a failure and we regret voting you there..Resign if you wont put back the subsidy and save us this we are.
    Another is this,if truely you are looking for money for developing nigeria why not cut 50% of your basic and allowance salaries see if you wont get the amount of money you are looking for…I know too well that the governors are fully responsible for this subsidy removal cause they feel they are unable to pay the #16,000 minimum wage,they should resign if the government money belongs to them…Goodluck save Nigeria or be blamed for its destruction

  23. nigerian’s we hv prblm person dat study animal hw can he rull human being 4 god sake hmm d tm u ppl vt hm u tink he’s gud 4 9ja?den why ar u insulting hm all we hv 2 do is 2 pray nt try 2 bring anoda higgilde piggilde in d country so let’s put our hands 2geda n pray daz d only solution

  24. I commend Mr. President on his removal of d fuel subsidy, but he shld revert it back to N65 nd follow due process in removing it, create awareness nd sensitise d masses b4 going ahead wit his plan

  25. Any way d president av gud point 4 doing dis. I appreciate his courage 2. If we want 2 develope we av 2 pay a price, if not we remain in d same level or fall apart. However, my concern is how does d president want 2 reinvest dis money well 2 produce desired result, in dis corrupt and self centered nation?

  26. D only solution is jesus christ nd let d NLC call off d strike nd go 4 dialogue mean while lets give mr presidnt six mnth as he promised if he fail us den we shall spark…

  27. Is like badluck is looking for war. And him and his family will see war. The person that dont worth to be local govt. Chairman that we made president. Badluck ebele jonatan u are shame to dis country. All the curses in the bible we be upon all the people that suport fuel subsidy removal and there family. If the cook food on earth they we eat it at heaven

  28. think b4 u act,remember hw christian ar surferin,nd hw dy also surfer 2 vote u.

  29. de conscience is an open wound dat only de truth can heal. Jesus is de good we beliv n serve. Jonathan is de one representin good so i dont think any think should change his decision if am in his shoes cos even jesus suffer critics. N even wen he was born innocent souls died at war cos of him. Is same thin goodluck is passin tru is no news. Nothin good comes easy. So if am him i wil stand on my feet if my conscienc is leadin me correctly

  30. Mr President, we know fuel subsidy removal is a good descision. But nigeria as a nation is not ripe for such deceision because all the benefits and allowances that is mend 4 the masses are beign swallowed by the leaders. B4 Ur decision can b imposed on d people, every citizens (18 yrs & above should be given monthly allowance and all d basic needs for a citizen. Just like some other country in d united state.

  31. Ghana Leaders sacrifice there lives & nw dey re beta dan d best in West Africa. If d Fuel Subsidy is d sacrifice we own for d betament f our dear Gaint f Afrika, den it shuld hv no revert. Killing’ll nt help pls.
    May d ALMIGHY GOD gv u more wisdom Mr. Presidnt… AMEN!!!

  32. i recomend goodluck on this issue of removal of fuel subsidy…GEJ is helping the nation…it is for the good of this country…lets suffer it now nd enjoy it in future…the n.l.c are the ones making issues to be complicatd pls mr president dsnt mean harm 2 dis country

  33. freedom is not vunltrely given by the oppressor,the depressed must forcesfuly take it By fire! By force!

  34. pls warn him 2 reverse d fuel price or him should leave asorock and come stay in the village and c d way pple ar suffering.GEJ BE WARNED!

  35. Fellow Nigerians! Men and nations of extraordinary achievements r neva found among habitual compromisers. D purificatn proces of gold is usually a very painful 1 but aftawards it shines forth. We r jus at d verge of makin it. Lets just remain positv n pray 4 our leaders especialy GEJ

  36. Mahmud Shehu Ahmed

    Why

  37. Mr gudluck do us favour. Thick of 2day,2morow ‘ll tk care of inself.or u want 2 b d last man standin.tel us

  38. Hw can we b convince dat dis fuel subsidy will b of benefit 2 all nigerians?more explenatn pls

  39. nigerians ppl, y re you so complain now…remember most of you ppl said that, he is man 4 the job..this is just begnin…

  40. Why some fools people are supporting GEJ? Nigerian is on brick of collapse. OBJ era, no foreign debt,musa era no debt. Why GEJ TIME FOREIGN DEBT NOW $4OOOBILLION.

  41. gej, isnt it possibl 2remove only half of d subsidy? Subsidy aint nija’s problem nw. Wot of d boko haram, assu n minimum wage? Ppl dt advised u 2do dis hav all rejected u lyk okonjo iwela. Try 2 take care of mor presin issues n leav subsidy unles its greed dat is pushin u

  42. removal of subsidy is the way forward, let us not be emotional about this issue, gej is not a bad man, let us not be deceived by the selfish and greedy loosers in our midst.. God bless naija.

  43. y cant u and ur coworkers,i mean thives of d highest degree sacrifice ur salaries 4 d fuel subsidy.u suppose not 2 b getting more 500thousand naira per month.

  44. my president dont mind those people that did not like good things,pls carry on with ur decision

  45. Why are u doing dis Elder badluck jonathan is dis a transformation,u are delaying us at home instead of us 2 be in school now,ur children are in foreign country studyîng,wot we want is #65.

  46. I think the president is not to be blame about the subsidy of fuel becuase he is trying to do is possibly best. But come to think about it the citizens of this country are taking this too serious in the sense that they are increasing everying and calling it all sort of name such as food subsidy, water subsidy. SO PLS I AM PLEADING TO THE GOVERMENT TO PLS COME TO OUR RESCUE BEFORE WE ALL DIE OF FOOD. and let us go to school. THANKS

  47. i tink wat presidnt gudluck jonathan is doin is rily incoragin,i pled wit evry1 2 suport d fuel subsidy reinvestmnt program,nd lets mk nigeria a beta plce.

  48. all of u supporting him i guess u ar part of those thieves.GOD RAIN SULPHUR ON U ALL.

  49. Jonathan is inviting d military. Dont think u have d control of d entire military. U will be disappointed if ur so trusted General overthrow u. Do u know, d entire Nigeria will jubilate dat day!

  50. I think its high time mr president revert back his decision…its not as if we Nigerians don’t want development or d removal of fuel subsidy… D truth is Nigeria is not ready for that yet…d timing is just wrong mr president…d people who vote u in to dat position are dying…pls mr president, d voice of d people is d voice of God. Abacha was once a ruler in this nation…remember God heard d cry of d people over him…A word is enof 4 d wise.

  51. Removal of fuel subsidy s a good thing dt ll hlp Nigeria 2 b developed lyk oda country, bt i think it ws done at d wrong tym wt a wrong motives. D ppl r nt wel sensitize b4 d commencement! GEJ, wht i tink u shld do is 2 cut d amount mayb 2 #80 or #100! Sm filling stations dnt evn sel at d stipulated #141! Corruptn s d key problm of Nigeria! I pray God 2 hlp us all!

  52. I lyk ur determination Mr president, dnt giv in. I want 2 be 1 of those dat in 3-4 yrs tym when u’ve been vindicated say 2 our fellow nig who cannot see with their hrt ‘i told u so’. 4 all u haters of GEJ, note dis, before d beginning of gr8 brilliance, there must be chaos; before a brilliant person begins sumtin gr8, he must look foolish in d crowd.

  53. Jonathan, don’t allow people to mislead u.never compare Gana/south Africa to Nigeria in terms of development, even if they remove subsidy on their crude oil, the citizens can’t feel d burden bcoz d countries are very good. Make sure d country is well pulished b4 subsidy removal.remember, people suffered 4 u during election while some even lost their lives all in d name of Goodluck but now they are suffering from this subsidy removal. Let d price be reverted to #65.

  54. An applaus 2 Mr. President on his decision but there shldn’t hv been a total removal of d subsidy rather a deduction for all 2 benefit. NLC d deed has been done, d strike is nt helping matter pls.

  55. Some people are making issues too tough to themselves. Labour does not mean all Nigerians, those perpectuating the issue of subsidy removal to ferment troubles and disrupt this nation God will judge all of you. Am not seeing anything wrong with subsidy removal. Let give this administration a chance to proof its worth within six to eight months. Afterall Obasanjo says if somebody can buy a bottle of beer for N230, what is wrong with him buying fuel for N140. Lets comment Goodluck Jonathan for his bold step to stamp out corruption in Nigeria. Mr President carry go with your reform programme you have my prayers and goodly support. Once again carry go!

  56. GEJ is d saviour of naija. witout deregulation, coruption cannot be addressd. OPEN UR EYES NAIJA N UNDASTND DAT WE NID OUR REFINERIES 2 START FUNCTIONING. UP GUDLUCK.

  57. let politician drop on their huge package -salary, votes and allowances firstly then Nigerians would compromise

  58. our sick president yaradua was even beta than dis weakly of a man cal jonatha. We hav so many issue at hand in naija. Innocent souls r diein doin ur regime. U cud not do anytin about it. U just wakup and increase fuel price. Wat about d subsidy of kerosene and dizo wat hav we do wit it. D rich r getin richie d poor i getin poore y gudluck ebele

  59. my president please help us from the hand of this nigel republic people claiming to b hausas people.they are every where in the military,senate,house of reps.boko haram,ministries,security offices,Nigeria labour congress.just name it,they want to destroy Nigeria.they will never rest until they see every good policy in Nigeria dead.sceen every body in this country and u will discover a lot of them enjoying our money.they are sponsoring bombing,strikes to destroy this country.my fellow Nigeria pls don’t let them deceive you.they are not from Nigeria but they have occupy every prominent position claiming harass.fish them out shoe maker are entering nig. Army and riseing fast.God must punish all of you.allow fuel deregulation or will screen you if you are from Nigeria.

  60. 4 those of u that u re supportin jonathan,i pray that u and ur family shd suffer 2 know aw it feels.y cant u tink abt those who find it difikut 2 use 50 naira 2 eat,and ur perished president budget 1 billion 4 food allowance.so y cant u jonatan followers use ur head 2 tink?

  61. nigeria should just try and understand removal of subsidy is for the betterment of our nation,mr president hav explain.all we just need to do is to surport him,and end coruption to all oil sectors dealers.

  62. The issue at hand is very clear. Mr president u suggested an idea and majority do not want it. So it is either you burry your own idea or you resign honourably. U cannt impose your idea on pple who voted you in. This is a simple case anyone can judge.

  63. Kudos 2GEJ 4d removal of subsidy,bt d problem is trust our leaders r nt trustworthy bt lets giv him chance i tink dt hs goin 2d right direction.

  64. I dnt knw why jonathan is so adamant abt d removal of fuel subsidy.He said,d subsidy remova is at d benefit of d mases,nd nigerians ar cryin in deir milions dat dey dnt want fuel subsidy removal.Den why nt revertin d removal of fuel subsidy since he’s doin it 2 beta nigeria- is it by force?

  65. Gud luck am strongly beside U, only if U wil use de subsidy money wisely bcos we need 2 put an end 2 alll dis sufferin. Up Jonathan!!!

  66. I dnt knw why jonathan is so adamant abt d removal of fuel subsidy.He said,d subsidy remova is at d benefit of d mases,nd nigerians ar cryin in deir milions dat dey dnt want fuel subsidy removal.Den why nt revertin d fuel price 2 #65 since he’s doin it 2 beta nigeria- is it by force?

  67. Pls mr presidet stop being on fair to your ppl, you know all figers ar not eqaul kindly take the price back to #65 so that peace will reign, i thik the strike, fightig and killing will do us no good.

  68. Jonah is a big fool, i regret of voting 4 him

  69. mr gdluk i hv notin muc 2say dan 2mak u undstd dt u hv neva lay any foundatn 4ds subsidy remova,if truly u hv smtn 2offer why nt cut off d salary n allowance by 70%.graduate r dere wtout work,only politician r enjoy,dey steal money lik water. 50billion,250bilions. How many r w in nigeria? 160million. If u start giving us 2milion naira eacy wl u finish 1billion? Colect all d stolen money n use it 4wateva u want 2do 4us nt removal of subsidy. Ur fightn 4us n u dnt hv any feelings of human.w dnt want.is it by force? Rememba ur last day on earth mr president. Masses r dying evryday

  70. There time for everything,Mr president with due respect ur timining is really wrong.Boko Haram poses a threat to security & unity of this nation which should be ur major concern now, even if subsidy removal will bring heaven to Nigeria, peace comes before development.You are left with no option now to go back because the people,House of rep & Senate have spoken.l see ur fear-they know what is in ur card come april.Going back is tough but that u must do or u may loose ur seat

  71. Mr Gudluk, may God be wit u, in evry tine u r duing. Neva eva giv up. M wit u also God s wit u.

  72. Mr Gej av u forgoten that u sworn that ur personal interest would nt superced d interest of ur ppl……so why forcing us 2 remove subsidy,This is nt democracy again na militry go fit u pass go join army,USELESS FELLOW

  73. Soo many voices, so many opinions. One thing is clear many supprt deregulation whilst anoda group as many dnt support it. All of you have you spent even a minute prayg for our leaders? God can use ur prayer 2 turn this country around. If u believe that GOD owns the world and is in charge of all follow me and spread this message! Let us pray earnestly for peace and unity. (#PrayNigeria)

  74. whoever opposes jonathan might jst be opposing goodluck

  75. okey nwosu nofekoga

    I congratulate mr. President for such a bold step towards change. I pray God to give u the strength to go on despite the challenges. Pls continue. I know the sudden change is not gonna be easy for Us. We’ve to accept the change to go ahead. God bless Nigeria.

  76. The first question I would ask the proponents of subsidy removal is: what has FG accomplished with the earned money from the removal of subsidy on Diesel (AGO) years back? Nothing! How then do we expect anything positive with this one? They are now listing the price of PMS in different countries to justify removal; among the countries in view, it is only in Nigeria that people buy Petrol to light up their homes. It is only in Nigeria that barbers use generator and fuel to power clippers.
    Why is senator’s salary and allowances in Nigeria more than that of American President? The same senators do not buy fuel from filling stations. Who is fooling who? The FG would give to Nigerians the same thing they have given to us from the earned subsidy from Diesel – NOTHING!

  77. Hmmm mr bad luk ebele jonathan we are soffar for what you are tring to do. We are the nigerian we said that we dont want the subsidy revers back. I have never had that president will take 1billion for food hmm you drive us like goat.you dont have sense well i think one day you will be bombing and your idiot advisers.better chang it now be for it’s late i now that if you die right now you will goin to hell fire because people are ……………………………

  78. If democracy is the rule of the paople by the people and for the people;and majority carry the vote.lt follows therefore that Mr P must back down b/c d wishes of the PEOPLE must be respected,no matter d good in ur deregulation policy,the PEOPLE do not want it simple.Prof CHINUA ACHEBE,Prof Wole Shoyinka and ProfJ Clark;the PEOPLE,House of Rep and now THE SENATE are in line .lt is in ur hand to save this nation the inevitable danger that hovers on us & U like an evil hallo.Time is running out

  79. If democracy is the rule of the people by the people and for the people;and majority carry the vote.lt follows therefore that Mr P must back down b/c d wishes of the PEOPLE must be respected,no matter d good in ur deregulation policy,the PEOPLE do not want it simple.Prof CHINUA ACHEBE,Prof Wole Shoyinka and ProfJ Clark;the PEOPLE,House of Rep and now THE SENATE are in line .lt is in ur hand to save this nation the inevitable danger that hovers on us & U like an evil hallo.Time is running out

  80. God go punish Maku for that statement that Jonathan need to be praise for removing fuel subsidy. We don’t want anybody to take care of our children’s future, when the time come, the children and the future will take care of themselves. Stop deceiving us. We know your plan, you have spent that money that’s why you don’t want to reverse it. May God punish those that don’t want Nigeria to grow, Amen

  81. gej u wil surely regreat dis

  82. GEJ is an absolute epitome of wickedness. I ever regreted casting my vote for him and PDP as a whole.

  83. I pray that almighty allah 2 intervene in to nigeria matter bcos his our creature n also knows the best.

  84. I an in support wit de removed of subsidy for betterment of the nation, all I hav for the fellow niaja is to tak it with good faith please you shull angry nigerian, my name is osy okofu

  85. Gudluck should reverse his dictorship if he stil recal that he is a democratically elected and not a dictator. The voice of d people is the voice of God.

  86. Gudluck should reverse his dictorship decision if he stil recal that he was democratically elected and not a dictator. The voice of d people is the voice of God.

  87. Dis whole issure is no longer all about subsidy removal dis is now tribal war d Ministry of Labour is strikin for subsidy but they neva strike when d southerns are being killed by d northerns are they not also workers y is dis one so different even if they lyk let them strike to hell mr President has taken his decision nd dats d sacrifice we must pay 4 a better 2morrow but I wil lyk to make those bitches dat tink they’re fit dat tink they’re gr8t dat bullet no they fear face (bomb daa gbim ma ofor ma onye jie nhasa) on dat day many gr8ts wil be searched for but they wil be nowhere to be found many a shoutin 4 war!war!!war!!! he who neva witnesses d war neva knw wat it takes we’re neva afraid of it if dat bez d remedy so be it. D End Will Justify D Means…IDIOTS

  88. We nigerians don‘t unstnd wat gudluk jonatan is tryin 2 do,removl of ds fuel subsidy is a gud idea bt dificult 2 implement. Ds moni being spent on fuel refinery, cud b used 2 devlop & cr8t jobs 4 d masses, lets giv d prsidnt time plz!

  89. Why can’t GEJ sacrifice his monthly salary and allowance for what he intend doing for the country? He is a thief! God will punish him and his entire family. For those fools supporting his agenda,may you all perish with him. There will be WAR if fuel price is not reverted. Ugly Badluck!

  90. pls mr president in d name of God,dnt listen 2 dem,go on God only wil rewad ur efort not man,pls GEj dnt dnt in 2 dem.hail jonathan

  91. NIGERIANS Y? D messiah is here and we re saying no,y! Y!! Y!!!

  92. My fellow Nigerians we should Subjugat our Passion,,Emotio and Greed to Wisdom and good reasoning as to the Betterment of this great Nation Nigeria.The removal of fuel Subsidy shouldn’t be a disturbing issue,it is for the development of our dear country(Nigeria)Let us all Embrace the Ideal brought upon us by those we Elect into Office to Govern us so as to Foster the Development we all want for ourselves,Children and for our Future Generation in this our country Nigeria.This Task is Not just for those we choose to Govern,It is for Us All.This is the Time for We to Rally round and Support those we choose to Rule us.They Need our Support,Love and Kindness,we should not Despite them.Together we will Triumph over our Enemies,and Build this Nation(Nigeria)as God wanted it to be.Long Live Ovwor,Long Live Delta State,Long Live Nigeria.

  93. Absolute gabbage. Holy ghost fire will consume GEJ alias badluck and his supporters. GEj is a thief! If it were to be an european president,he would av resign. Bloody opportunist

  94. Uche u ar a fool fuel was sold be4 for #35 dey increase it 2 #65 what did they use the money 4 no light no water u ar a big fool

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