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SW May-June 2016

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Socialist Worker, May-June 2016
May 4th, 2016
Contents: Cover; Real wages have collapsed with the naira. Cost of living keeps rising. We must: FIGHT FOR A LIVING WAGE NOW! News & Comment; Kick out the Corrupt Senate!
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corruption
Kick out the Corrupt Senate!
May 4th, 2016
Corruption has always been the favourite pastime of the rich and mighty in Nigeria. While they are ever quick to point out that there are not enough resources for the
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alternatives
Imperatives of Development for Working People
May 4th, 2016
Reduced spending on public health, education and welfare services have placed greater burden on the working class-people. The struggle to improve the quality and access to these services for workers
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Nigeria
Nigeria on the Precipice; A Case for Socialism
May 4th, 2016
Nigeria was created by the British colonialists as part of its imperialist expansion in Africa, for the accumulation of capital. The colonialists did not care about the peoples they met
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bureacracy
On Trade Unionism
May 4th, 2016
the bureaucracy and the rank and file Trade Unions are among the earliest and longest lasting forms of working class organization. Trade unionism arises from workers need for mutual solidarity
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backlogs of wages
Bailout Funds Fraud
May 4th, 2016
*Politicians Show True Colour *NCSU, NLC protest It is now official that several governors, if not all, diverted significant amounts from the bailout funds made available to pay wages last
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anti-austerity
Anti-austerity Symposium holds in Benin
May 4th, 2016
In response to the harsh socio-economic conditions and crude taxation that are imposed on Nigerians, the Youth Against Austerity(YAA) held a symposium on Sat 23rd April at the Conference Hall