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Must Watch: #OccupyNigeria London Protests – “People in Showbiz Must Stop Being in Pockets of Politicians”

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Factory 78 brings great footage and interviews of the Occupy Nigeria London Protests. For my prior coverage on the controversial removal of fuel subsidy click here. One of the interviewees addresses people in showbiz and says “people in showbiz must stop being in pocket of politicians.” Watch the clip below:

“Nigerians living in the UK demonstrated in front of the Nigerian Embassy London.This was done in solidarity with friends and family back home against the recent fuel subsidy removal by the Nigerian government. Fuel at the pumps have seen cost tripled in some cases making the cost of living for most Nigerians unbearable. Factory78tv was on the scene to bring you what went on at the UK Occupy Nigeria ( London ) rally.”

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