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Socialist Worker, Jan -Feb 2016
February 2nd, 2016
Cover RESIST ANTI-POOR AGENDA “Dasukigate” and the APC Regime New & Comment 2016 Budget – what promises for working class-people? Revival of Biafra Agitations NLC/TUC Organise Chima Ubani Symposium IndustriaALL
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RESIST ANTI-POOR AGENDA
February 2nd, 2016
2016: Global Economic Crisis Deepens The bosses want us to bear the burden The year 2016 is one pregnant with great possibilities. The long depression which started globally after the
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“Dasukigate” and the APC Regime
February 2nd, 2016
by Baba Aye The shameless looting of $2.1bn meant for the purchase of arms when Colonel Sambo Dasuki was National Security Adviser has generated more heat than light in the
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Revival of Biafra Agitations
February 2nd, 2016
Class and the National Question by Nnamdi Ikeagu  The past few months have witnessed waves of pro-Biafra protests, demanding the release of Nnamdi Kanu of the Indigenous People of Biafra
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NLC/TUC Organise Chima Ubani Symposium
February 2nd, 2016
by Peter Adejobi According to Nikolai Berdyaev, the meaning of man’s moral experiences throughout his whole life lies in putting him into a position to comprehend death. This came to
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Africa Industrialization Day
IndustriaALL Marks Africa Industrialization Day
February 2nd, 2016
by Peter Adejobi The 2015 Africa Industrialization Day was mark with funfair in Abuja by unions in various industrial sectors of the economy. The day was preceded by a policy
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Unemployed Youths Converge in Vain
February 2nd, 2016
For non-existing jobs at the federal secretariat by Andrew Emelieze Towards the end of December, millions of unemployed youths trouped daily to the federal secretariats in different states of the
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Osun Workers now on O’Half
February 2nd, 2016
by Lai Browne By late 2014, Nigeria delays in the wages and salaries of public sector workers started. Many working people hoped that this aberration would last for just a