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Theoretical Analyses

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH FIGHTBACK NOW!

The poor masses across the country are fed up. Despite abundant wealth from our sweat and the abundance of resources on our lands, over...

“Tribalism” and Secession Divide the Masses, We must unite and fight to win

Fulani resident in Igangan, a town in the Ibarapa North Local Government Area of Oyo state were kicked out of the community on 22nd...

#EndSARS and the Structural Basis of Police Brutality in Nigeria

Scores of thousands of young people took to the streets across Nigeria in October 2020, to protest police brutality. Their primary demand was for...

Revolutionary Pressures in Nigeria

For several weeks in October 2020, tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Nigeria to protest against police brutality. The protests...

The Covid-19 Pandemic and Africa

Africa was the last region of the world to be sucked into the pandemic and thus far appears to be the least affected. By...

The Crises And Struggle Today; What Is At Stake?

We are living through a period of severe generalised crisis of capitalism. In the words of Joseph Stiglitz, the Noble Laurette and Keynesian economist,...

Nothing Can Stop an Idea Whose Time Has Come: #RevolutionNOW

Justice Inyang Ekwo of the federal high court in Abuja wrote his name with the ink of ignominy into the history books on 12...

Herder-Farmer Clashes: A Call for Working People’s Unity

The herder-farmer clashes have been treated in a simple ahistorical manner by most of the media in a way that demonizes the Fulani. But,...

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...

Africa, democracy and elections; a critical perspective*

Almost 2,000 public officials will be elected by Kenyans in August. These include the president, senators, county governors and members of the national and...

Oil price war & Nigeria’s crippling economy

Background to Nigerian Oil Oil was discovered in Nigeria as far back as 1938, but the reserves were not exploited until 1958 because the Second...

Support for the Socialist Left is Rising – but the Path is not smooth

Over the last year or so we have seen an inspiring increase in support for socialists, especially with the contest for the Democratic Party...

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SWL Demands #JusticeForDeborah

The Socialist Workers and Youth League (SWL) condemns the gruesome murder of Deborah Samuel Yakubu in the most categorical of terms and demands that...

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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...