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ANSA
ANSA Organises Mass Action on October 1
October 6th, 2016
As Nigeria marked 56 years of Independence, workers and youth stormed the streets of Lagos in a mass action to express total dissatisfaction over the continued systemic failure of the
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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
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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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crisis
The Scourge of Youth Unemployment and Neglect
February 1st, 2016
by Adefolarin Olamilekan Youths is the vibrant generational layer in society. Youths should thus not be neglected as they represent the hope of a better tomorrow. Unfortunately, in a capitalist
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Attacks
FG Prepares Attacks on Education
February 1st, 2016
... Nigerian students prepare for resistance! by Lai Browne The Buhari-led federal government has introduced some reform programmes in response and reaction to the current economic crisis in the nation,
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deception
Youths Will Not Be fooled!
February 1st, 2016
by Lai Browne Over the years even before the 1999 democracy period, the Nigerian state has always marginalised youths from working class backgrounds, placing little priority on public education. No
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movement
Where is the Students’ Movement Going?
November 27th, 2015
by Kunle Wizeman Ajayi The current student leadership of NANS, under the gluttonic Tijani Usman, showed its true colours by openly awarded contracts to the drug scandal embattled Senator Buruji
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Burkina Faso
Burkina Faso: Crises and Resistance
November 27th, 2015
by Todun Jagun The September 17 failed coup in Burkina Faso reveals the deepening of crisis within the boss-class and the continued rise of working-class people’s power. It is marks