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Protest in Nigeria’s hallowed chambers

By Guardian Exclusive
04 December 2018   |   4:15 pm
Hundreds of staff of Nigeria's National Assembly on Tuesday downed tools to protest and demand payment of their owed entitlements. The workers, under the auspice of Parliamentary Staff Association of Nigeria, blocked the entrance of both chambers of the National Assembly.

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