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Women’s Involvement in Unions is Important

A trade union is an organization of workers who have come together to achieve common goals. These include attaining better wages and benefits (such...

Minimum Wage: The Struggle Continues

In a press interview he granted in mid-July, the Trades Union Congress (TUC) President, Boboi Kaigama said an agreement had been reached on a...

Religion, Social Life and Struggle

Present-day society is based on the exploitation of the vast mass of the working people and popular classes by a tiny minority of the...

Ondo South Protests 10-year Power Outage

Mass protests have rocked the towns and streets of Ondo South over the 10 years of power outage in the senatorial district, at different...

Stop Precarious Work! NLC/TUC Picket MTN Offices Nationwide

MTN has operated thus far in Nigeria as a private Telecommunication Company for nineteen years. It has Nigerian bosses as members of its board...

In Support of Workers’ Strike in Oyo State Tertiary Institutions to Save Right to...

All members of Academic and non-Academic staff unions in all tertiary institutions owned solely by the Oyo State Government (with the exception of The...

Beyond the Ekiti election: working-class people & struggle for REAL change

The 14 July Ekiti governorship election confirms there is no essential difference between the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). The...

Dare to STRUGGLE! Dare to WIN!!

The theme adopted for this year’s May Day by the Nigeria Labour Congress and Trade Union Congress is Labour Movement in National Development: Dare...

Karl Marx for Changing the World

Karl Marx was born in the German town of Tiers on 5 May 1818. The body of ideas and method of critique to understand,...

Not Too Young to Run Bill: a Greek Gift

The National Assembly has passed a bill reducing the age requirement to run for political offices, in response to the “not too young to...

Herdsmen/Farmers Conflict: Significance and Way Out

The pastoralist herdsmen/farmers conflict across the country should fundamentally be seen as the inability of the capitalist ruling class to take society forward on...

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Nigerian workers, minimum wage and capitalism

The amount determined as a minimum wage has political, economic and social importance. Minimum wages are not simply products of negotiation. There are many...

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