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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...

Towards Unity for Working People’s Power

Radical and revolutionary forces have played key roles in the numerous struggles of the working-class in Nigeria, since the colonial period. While the capitalist...

Why We Fight Against All Forms of Racism

  Socialists are opposed to all forms of racism and ethnic chauvinism. Socialism depends on workers overcoming the divisions within their own ranks. That...

Which Way Nigeria?

The bosses ARE the problem! Build workers power NOW!! The year started with sorrow, tears and blood for poor working-class people. Different sections of the...

Rising Unemployment; Fuelling Poverty

The ranks of unemployed working-class people in Nigeria continues to swell at an alarming rate. In January, the National Bureau of Statistics released figures...

Consolidating on Poverty

Reality of the 2018 Federal Budget The 2018 Federal Budget is described by the Government as a “Budget of Consolidation”. But, just as the 2017...

Beyond the Call for Restructuring

Some of the key issues presently impacting on the political economy of Nigeria are: the coming 2019 general election, current secession agitation, fiscal federalism...

Restructure Wealth in Favour of the Working Masses

The first thing to ask amidst all the hue and cry about restructuring is - what does it really mean? Restructuring in simple terms...

Fulani Herders – Say NO to Racism!

Attacks by Fulani herders have become commonplace in the media.  And social media has been filled with claims that Fulani have been called on...

Herdsmen attacks: a critical perspective

Six communities in the Logo and Guma Local Government Areas of Benue state were attacked on January 1 by herdsmen armed with automatic rifles....

Nigeria at 57: Workers Are ANGRY!

In his speech to mark Nigeria’s Independence on October 1, 1960, Abubakar Tafawa Balewa cheerfully said the new nation-state “now stands well-built upon firm...

On Restructuring and the Developmental State

Restructuring has been one of the most used words in political discourse in the country, over the last six months. The trade union movement...

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Support the Warning Strike for a New Minimum Wage!

Socialist Workers and Youth League (SWL) stands with the Nigerian workers in this trying period, as they dare to struggle to improve their living...

Towards the 2019 Elections

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THE MIDWIVES SERVICE SCHEME IN NIGERIA: A CASE OF A TEMPORARRY...

by Deke Abi-Badru Maternal and child mortality has remained very high in Nigeria despite the efforts aimed at reducing the incidences, and generally improve maternal...