RELEASE ALL ARRESTED/DETAINED #OCCUPYLEKKI PROTESTERS NOW!

WORKING PEOPLE CAN NO LONGER AFFORD TO REMAIN ON THE SIDELINE NO SUBMISSION TO TYRANNY We demand the immediate and unconditional release of all detained #OccupyLekkiTollgate protesters, who were inhumanly

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MSA WELCOMES THE CALL FOR MASS ACTIONS TO OPPOSE THE REOPENING OF LEKKI TOLL GATES

CALLS ON THE TRADE UNIONS FOR A SOLIDARITY STRIKE ACTION We of the Movement for A Socialist Alternative (MSA) welcome the call for a return to  mass actions to oppose

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NASU, SSANU, NAAT STRIKE: EDUCATION WORKERS’ STRUGGLE NEEDS UNITY FOR A STRONGER IMPACT AND SUCCESS

By Lateef Adams While the universities in the country were shut for over 8 months last year, over the government’s refusal to implement agreements it reached with ASUU, the sector

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MSA CONDEMNS NEW TARIFF REGIME IMPOSED BY THE NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT AND DISCOs

Press Statement WE CALL ON THE LABOUR MOVEMENT TO DECLARE A DAY OF GENERAL STRIKE AND ACTION AGAINST ALL OPPRESSIVE POLICIES  WE DEMAND RENATIONALISATION OF THE POWER SECTOR UNDER DEMOCRATIC

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TEXT OF A PROTEST LETTER TO THE NIGERIAN EMBASSY BY MICK BARRY (MEMBER OF THE IRISH PARLIAMENT)

Below is a text of a protest letter from Mick Barry TD, a member of the Irish Parliament, to the Nigerian embassy and government. He calls for the immediate release

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MSA OPPOSES THE DISENGAGEMENT OF BATCHES “A” AND “B” NPOWER-WORKERS

Press Statement We call for the absorption of all disengaged Npower workers into the public service We demand a monthly stipend for all school leavers and unemployment allowance for all

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MSA CONDEMNS SEYI MAKINDE’S SLOPPY RESPONSE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC IN OYO STATE

“It is therefore on this basis that we urge the NUT, TUC, and NLC to go beyond condemning reopening of schools, which, in the face of a recalcitrant government that is more concerned about its media outlook than people’s survival, could be at best a feeble effort.”

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PRESS STATEMENT: WORKERS MUST ORGANISE TO REJECT PUMP PRICE HIKE.

“We view the announcement made by the Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA) of a new price band of N140.80 to N143.80 per litre for petrol as inhuman and anti-poor, as the fuel price hike represents drawing blood from an haemorrhaging patient, given that the working masses have been facing unbearable inflation in costs of food and transportation due to the Covid-19 restrictions imposed by the Nigerian government”

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