EL RUFAI’S THREAT TO ARREST LABOUR LEADERS: FOR A 24-HOUR WARNING GENERAL STRIKE IN SOLIDARITY WITH STRIKING KADUNA WORKERS!

The Governor of Kaduna State, Nasir El Rufai, has declared the leadership of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) wanted; he has also called for their arrest! The Governor has obviously conferred

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MSA SUPPORTS ONGOING FIVE-DAY WARNING STRIKE OF NLC AGAINST MASS SACK OF KADUNA WORKERS

Mobilise for all-rounded working-class fightback commencing with a 48-hour nationwide general strike We of the Movement for A Socialist Alternative (MSA) supports the ongoing five-day warning strike action by the

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WORKERS PROTEST GOVERNMENT’S ASSAULT ON MINIMUM WAGE LAW

Introduction: On Wednesday, 10th March 2020, Workers across Nigeria’s 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) heeded the call of the National Executive Committee (NEC) of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC)

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NOW IS THE TIME FOR WORKERS TO FORM A WORKERS’ PARTY AND SIT IN PARLIAMENT TOO!

The Movement for A Socialist Alternative (MSA) welcomes the decision of the National Executive Council (NEC) of the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) to embark on a nationwide protest to stop

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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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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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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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