NARD STRIKE AND BEYOND: HOW RESIDENT DOCTORS CAN WIN DEMANDS

MSA Reporters The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD), an association of medical practitioners learning and working in teaching hospitals, embarked on an indefinite strike on 1st April 2021. The

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NUT/ASUSS: TEACHERS MUST UNITE FOR IMPROVED LIVING CONDITIONS

Davy Fidel On Wednesday 10th February 2021, the national leadership of the Nigerian Union of Teachers, in the person of Mike Ike Ene, the Secretary-General of the Nigeria Union of

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STRUGGLE FOR THE AUTONOMY OF THE JUDICIARY AND PARLIAMENT: TASKS BEFORE NBA, JUSUN AND PASAN

MSA Reporters The indefinite strike action of the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN), which effectively began to have its biting effect on 6th April 2021 has brought into demonstration

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FOR A NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE; NOT SEVERAL SLAVE WAGES

Bestman Michael It would be an understatement to say that the economic crises of these past months have tragically worsened, with a government that barely cares about the living condition

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TOWARDS A GENUINE WORKING PEOPLE’S POLITICAL ALTERNATIVE

By Ayo Ademiluyi While the times are really hard for working people, the capitalist ruling elite in Nigeria enjoys humongous salaries and allowances amidst this mass misery. Unemployment increased recently

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NIGERIA: TO BREAK OR NOT TO BREAK?

Ayo Ademiluyi There is no other time in Nigerian history when the country is deeply divided along ethnic and religious lines. The cacophony of voices rent the air from the

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MSA; WHAT WE STAND FOR

Democratic Rights Freedom of association, expression and assembly. Opposition to the proposed Social media bill. Freedom of workers, students, youths and unemployed persons to organize in unions. Non-interference of the

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WORSENING ECONOMIC CRISIS: WORKERS AND YOUTH BEAR THE BRUNT OF RULING CLASS FAILURE

” But it is the nature of capitalism, whether during a pandemic or relative stability, to cheat the poor for the people in power and big businesses to live luxurious lives. This explains the growth in the wealth of the Nigerian billionaire class during the pandemic when hundreds of millions of Nigerians suffered poor or stagnated incomes.”

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WORKERS AND YOUTH! ORGANISE FIGHTBACK NOW AGAINST LOW WAGES, MASS SACK & CAPITALISM!!

Dagga Tolar As we mark this year’s Mayday, the very first after the year of the pandemic, and the lockdown it effected on the economy, which was used as an

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DOCK WORKERS FIGHT ON TO VICTORY AT THE COURT OF APPEAL

By Davy Fidel The court judgment of February 20, 2019, ordering the payment of five years of unpaid pension to dockworkers is a victory that came through struggles and solidarity.

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