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Socialist Worker, Aug-Sept. 2016
August 24th, 2016
Cover RECESSION BUILD MASSIVE FIGHTBACK NOW! News & Comment: Unpaid Salaries & Pensions Result in Thousands of Deaths - Falsification of Age by New Prisons Boss - Support for the Socialist Left
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RECESSION: BUILD A MASSIVE FIGHTBACK, NOW!
August 24th, 2016
The Nigerian economy is now “technically” in a recession, according Ms Kemi Adesun, the Minister of Finance. By the end of July, recession was trending on google, in Nigeria. Millions of working people and youth want to
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pensioners
Unpaid Salaries & Pensions Result in Thousands of Deaths
August 21st, 2016
and two workers are killed during demonstration in Nasarawa  The condemnable spate of unpaid salaries and pensions across the country is taking a lethal toll across the country. A recent report published by The
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falsification
Falsification of Age by New Prisons Boss
August 21st, 2016
Shows the fraud of an anti-corruption campaign!   Kick him and the Minister of Interior Out, NOW!! Mr Ja’afru Ahmed, the newly appointed Comptroller-general of Prisons is clearly a fraudulent character as demonstrated by his
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oyo
Historic 7-Week Strike in Oyo
August 19th, 2016
As July drew to an end, Oyo state workers suspended their 7-week strike in what was one of the sharpest theatres of class struggle in the country’s recent history.  This was the
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fraudulence
Budget “Padding” and the Bosses’ Rule
August 18th, 2016
The revelations by Mr. Abdulmumin Jubrin, who was until recently Chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Appropriation goes to confirm the fact which working class people know – the “representatives”
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lecturers
Sexual Harassment Bill – Against Lecturers
August 17th, 2016
A bill prohibiting sexual harassment of students by lecturers in tertiary educational institutions has passed its second reading in the Senate. The Senators in its affirmation debate on the bill argued that sexual harassment