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SWL Condemns Arrest of AAC supporters

The arrest of the Take it Back/African Action Congress members while pasting the party's campaign materials in Ikeja yesterday is a clear indication that...

Massacre on Nyanya Road

On Monday, 29th October, 2018 the security forces massacred at least 39 people at the army road block on the road from Nyanya to...

Towards the 2019 Elections

We are now in an election year. Politics on all sides of the divide have the February 2019 general elections in view. The bosses’...

Press Freedom Under Attack! Resist!! Resist!!!

The All Progressives Congress (APC), like most parties of the bosses when they are in power, is averse to the truth. Its sustained attacks...

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...

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...

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...

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Zamfara Killings Must STOP

Generalised insecurity of lives has become the new normal in Nigeria. Across the country, and particularly in the northern states, hundreds of lives have...

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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...