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WE CAN’T CONTINUE LIKE THIS!

The past few years have been burdensome for the vast majority of Nigerians. Life has become one nightmare after another. But traditional politicians and...

Aviation Workers fight for Conditions of Service and Salary Adjustment

On 9 May, aviation workers embarked on a warning strike. The National Union of Air Transport Employees (NUATE) and the Amalgamated Union of Public...

Report of the First Fund Education Coalition Conference on the ASUU Strike

Over the last week and a half, students have taken to the streets, calling on the federal government to heed the demands of the...

The War in Ukraine and the Working Class

There has been a lot of commentaries and debate on the war in Ukraine over the last two months. There has been a massive...

Queer Lives Matter

History was made in Abuja on May Day. For the first time in Nigeria, the LGBTQ community organized a demonstration against discrimination based on...

A Decade of Resistance

The working people rose in their millions in January 2012 to resist the 120% increase in fuel pump price that the PDP government gave...

CORE Organizes Political Education for Activists

On Saturday, 26 February 2022, the first batch of activists from affiliates of the Coalition for Revolution (CORE) commenced the first, in a series...

Their Presidential Declarations Amidst Insecurity & Decay

The March 28 Kaduna train attack was a gory incident that left Nigerians perplexed, with some of the victims still helpless till today.  One of...

Crises and Struggle of Tertiary Education Unions

A wind of strikes is blowing across universities in the country. And these are warning strikes. The key demand of the different unions is...

The Youth and Revolutionary Imagination

There have been increasing talks about the participation of young people in politics over the past few years. Even the ruling elites, thirsty for...

Our Children & Public Schools

Another strike has brought university education to a standstill. But unlike the university system, which receives adequate coverage in the press, few people continue...

Why Is Cross-dressing A Problem for Legislators?

If a bill put before the House of Representatives on 5 April becomes law, cross-dressing would attract a jail term of six months or...

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Ekweremadu’s Organ Harvesting Case & the Rest of Us

The London Metropolitan Police arrested Senator Ike Ekweremadu and his wife Beatrice Ekweremadu in London and arraigned them at the Uxbridge Magistrate’s Court on...

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The 1989 Anti-SAP Revolt

In 1989, thousands rose in protest against the IMF and World Bank-inspired Structural Adjustment Programme (SAP). This supported the lavish lifestyles of corrupt government...