(CNN) -- [Updated 4:30 p.m. Monday, January 16] The photo above shows thousands of people gathering at Gani Fawehinmi Park in Lagos, Nigeria, to protest the government's elimination of the country's fuel subsidy.
Protests have continued for the past week in the African nation, which saw the popular subsidy end January 1.
The government has said the subsidy's removal would free up billions of dollars to boost the economy and improve the country's infrastructure. But many Nigerians were outraged at the drastic increase in fuel prices. Fuel that had cost about 65 nairas (40 cents) a liter before the subsidy rose to 141 nairas (86 cents).
On Monday, Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan announced that the government would reduce fuel prices to 97 nairas (60 cents) a liter. The concession prompted two Nigerian labor groups to suspend their nationwide strike.
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CNN's Nima Elbagir contributed to this report.