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20 YEARS OF BLOODLETTING IN JOS: CORE Condemns Plateau State Government’s Suppression of Memorial...

Today makes it twenty years since unbridled carnage was let loose on Jos. The cycles of violence since then have taken several shapes. This...

Time to Stop 20 Years of Bloodletting on the Plateau!

On 7 September 2001, the serene and beautiful city of Jos was thrown into a frenzy of violence which left about 1,000 people dead....

Attacks and Killings on the Plateau Must Be Stopped with Solidarity

The spate of criminal attacks in Plateau state have reached a disquieting level. This year alone, attacks and reprisal attacks have claimed the lives...

WHAT IS TO BE DONE?

The poor masses in Nigeria have never had things so bad. Poverty, insecurity, corruption, and repression have become the order of the day. But...

Inflation Hits the Poor Masses

Living has been made hell on earth for poor working-class people in Nigeria by the rich few and the capitalist system they represent. Despite...

Jan. to July: 3,016 Kidnapped & 3,868 killed

The spate of kidnapping in Nigeria has become quite alarming. More than three thousand people were kidnapped and 3,868 killed in the first half...

The Dunamis 5 & “Buhari Must Go”

Five RevolutionNow campaigners arrested at the Dunamis International Gospel Centre by the State Security Services (SSS) on 4 July were released on bail after...

Free Sowore Now!

It is now two years since the fascistic APC regime led by Maj Gen Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) arrested Omoyele Sowore, Sahara Reporters publisher and...

Working People & the Constitutional Review

The 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria seems set for its fourth amendment. Committee members from the two houses of the National...

What Type of Democracy Do We Need?

Democracy means different things to different classes in society. For the rich elites, democracy means that one section of the rich takes over the...

Queerphobia, a Gateway to Fascism

Capitalist society is plagued by a lot of contradictions. It promises rights, freedom, emancipation, economic mobility, etc. But it is built exactly on the...

From Colonialism to Neoliberalism (Part 1)

Nigeria is the most populous black nation in the world The country was established in 1914 by the British colonial masters who merged the...

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The 1989 Anti-SAP Revolt

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