Aftermath Of Subsidy Protests: President Goodluck Jonathan Cuts Government Official's Salaries By 25%

In a move to avert the impending Labour protests across the country on Monday, President Goodluck Jonathan Saturday evening, in a national broadcast announced new policy measures to ameliorate the hardship occassioned by the removal of fuel subsidy.

President said that  part of the new policy measures include the cutting of salaries of all political office holders by 25 percent; the directive that all ministries and departments of governments  to reduce their overheads; and reduction of all overseas travels by government officials to the bearest minimum in 2012.