WORKERS MUST ORGANISE TO RECLAIM THE TRADE UNIONS

By Ayo Ademiluyi If there is anything to review about 2020 that is so disheartening to the working masses, it is the parlous state of the trade unions. The fact

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BOKO HARAM: CORRUPTION IN MILITARY HIGH COMMAND, CAPITALISM, RESPONSIBLE FOR UNENDING WAR

By Adabale Olamide On November 28, 2020, the terrorist group, Boko Haram, carried out a gruesome murder of rice farmers and residents in Zabarmari area of Borno State. The AbubakarShekau-faction

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CHAOS IN THE CAPITOL: BUILD A MOVEMENT TO DEFEAT THE FAR RIGHT

By Keely Mullen (Socialist Alternative – US) First came the notification: “Pro Trump mob breaks into Capitol building.” Then, “Congressmen being told to hide beneath their chairs,” followed by, “They’ve

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COMPENSATION FOR ALL TENANTS AND SHOP-OWNERS AFFECTED BY DEMOLITION

By Davy Fidel On Tuesday 17 November of last year, a government’s demolition squad, accompanied by armed personnel, descended on the Awodi-Ora community in Ajegunle area of the Ajeromi-Ifelodun LGA,

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BUHARI’S 2021 BUDGET OFFERS NO HOPE OF ECONOMIC RECOVERY: ORGANISE AND FIGHTBACK!

By Ayo Ademiluyi Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari, on 31st December, 2020 signed into law a budget of N13.58 trillion for the 2021 fiscal year, without any query whatsoever on the

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LABOUR MUST FIGHT WAGE SLAVERY AND CASUALISATION

By Lexan Alli On October 2 and 4 of 2018, 15, 000 young workers employed by the management of Summal foods walked out of the production line in a declaration

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#ENDSARS AND THE STRUGGLE FOR A MASS WORKERS’ PARTY: THE SPN JOURNEY

By Aj Dagga Tolar&Davy Fidel If we can learn anything from a review of the year 2020, it is the fact that the Covid-19 pandemic revealed that the ruling elites

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#ENDSARS and the Need for a Police Union

By AJ Dagga Tolar The immediate cause of the #EndSARS protest was the fact that the police was increasingly perceived has having ceased from its legitimate function of combating criminality

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LOOKING BACK AT THE 14-DAYS OF #ENDSARS PROTEST

By Jimoh Abibat The #EndSARS protest that occurred over the past few weeks has many symptoms of an upcoming mass revolt. Nigerians are frustrated with the way things operate and

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MORE THAN IPPIS: Fighting for the Poor Man’s Child to Access Free and Quality Education

By Bestman Michael The 2020 ASUU strike is the longest strike of university lecturers in Nigeria’s history. ASUU commenced the indefinite strike on March 23, 2020, over the federal government’s

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