A worker carries a placard changing the ruling "All Progressives Congress (APC)" to "All Promises Cancelled" as he marches during a protest demanding that the government reinstate prices of fuel at 86.50 naira ($0.43, 0.38 euros) per litre in Lagos, on May 18, 2016. Nigeria's government on May 18 warned against "illegal strike action" after some union members vowed to press ahead with a national strike over petrol price rises despite a court injunction.
A worker carries a placard changing the ruling “All Progressives Congress (APC)” to “All Promises Cancelled” as he marches during a protest demanding that the government reinstate prices of fuel at 86.50 naira ($0.43, 0.38 euros) per litre in Lagos, on May 18, 2016.
Nigeria’s government on May 18 warned against “illegal strike action” after some union members vowed to press ahead with a national strike over petrol price rises despite a court injunction.
Workers and civil society groups carry placards as they march during a protest demanding that the government reinstate prices of fuel at 86.50 naira ($0.43, 0.38 euros) per litre in Lagos, on May 18, 2016. Nigeria's government on May 18 warned against "illegal strike action" after some union members vowed to press ahead with a national strike over petrol price rises despite a court injunction.
Workers and civil society groups carry placards as they march during a protest demanding that the government reinstate prices of fuel at 86.50 naira ($0.43, 0.38 euros) per litre in Lagos, on May 18, 2016.
Workers carry placards during a protest demanding that the government reinstate prices of fuel at 86.50 naira ($0.43, 0.38 euros) per litre in Lagos, on May 18, 2016. Nigeria's government on May 18 warned against "illegal strike action" after some union members vowed to press ahead with a national strike over petrol price rises despite a court injunction. / AFP PHOTO
Workers carry placards during a protest demanding that the government reinstate prices of fuel at 86.50 naira ($0.43, 0.38 euros) per litre in Lagos, on May 18, 2016.
 AFP PHOTO
A disgruntled faction of workers and civil society groups march with a banner and placards during a protest demanding that the government reinstate prices of fuel at 86.50 naira ($0.43, 0.38 euros) per litre in Lagos, on May 18, 2016. Nigeria's government on Wednesday warned against "illegal strike action" after some union members vowed to press ahead with a national strike over petrol price rises despite a court injunction.
A disgruntled faction of workers and civil society groups march with a banner and placards during a protest demanding that the government reinstate prices of fuel at 86.50 naira ($0.43, 0.38 euros) per litre in Lagos, on May 18, 2016..
Anti riot policemen look at workers sit during a protest demanding that the government reinstate prices of fuel at 86.50 naira ($0.43, 0.38 euros) per litre in Lagos, on May 18, 2016. Nigeria's government on May 18 warned against "illegal strike action" after some union members vowed to press ahead with a national strike over petrol price rises despite a court injunction. / AFP PHOTO
Anti riot policemen look at workers sit during a protest demanding that the government reinstate prices of fuel at 86.50 naira ($0.43, 0.38 euros) per litre in Lagos, on May 18, 2016.
/ AFP PHOTO
Anti riot policemen look at workers sit during a protest demanding that the government reinstate prices of fuel at 86.50 naira ($0.43, 0.38 euros) per litre in Lagos, on May 18, 2016. Nigeria's government on May 18 warned against "illegal strike action" after some union members vowed to press ahead with a national strike over petrol price rises despite a court injunction. / AFP PHOTO
Anti riot policemen look at workers sit during a protest demanding that the government reinstate prices of fuel at 86.50 naira ($0.43, 0.38 euros) per litre in Lagos, on May 18, 2016.
AFP PHOTO

 

A worker rings a bell during a protest demanding that the government reinstate prices of fuel at 86.50 naira ($0.43, 0.38 euros) per litre in Lagos, on May 18, 2016. Nigeria's government on May 18 warned against "illegal strike action" after some union members vowed to press ahead with a national strike over petrol price rises despite a court injunction.
A worker rings a bell during a protest demanding that the government reinstate prices of fuel at 86.50 naira ($0.43, 0.38 euros) per litre in Lagos, on May 18, 2016.. AFP

 

Workers carry placards during a protest demanding that the government reinstate prices of fuel at 86.50 naira ($0.43, 0.38 euros) per litre in Lagos, on May 18, 2016. Nigeria's government on May 18 warned against "illegal strike action" after some union members vowed to press ahead with a national strike over petrol price rises despite a court injunction.    / AFP PHOTO
Workers carry placards during a protest demanding that the government reinstate prices of fuel at 86.50 naira ($0.43, 0.38 euros) per litre in Lagos, on May 18, 2016.
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