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Osun Workers now on O’Half

by Lai Browne By late 2014, Nigeria delays in the wages and salaries of public sector workers started. Many working people hoped that this aberration...

Free Zakzakky Now!

by Yusuf Lawal   Hundreds of Shi’ite members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria, led by Sheikh Ibraheem Yaqoob El-Zakzaky were killed in Zaria on December...

NLC Honours Summonu @75

…and HA celebrates his “birthday mate” wife by Todun Jagun   All roads in the labour movement led to Osogbo, Osun state, on January 7. It was...
Com Abdullahi Denja Yahaya addressing comrades at the symposium

Change and the Working Class: Which Way Forward?

·         SWL Gwagwalada branch holds symposium by Segun Ogun Almost forty shop stewards from workplaces and unions in Gwagwalada on the outskirts of Abuja participated actively...

Change and the Working Class: Which Way Forward?

SWL Gwagwalada branch holds symposium Almost forty shop stewards from workplaces and unions in Gwagwalada on the outskirts of Abuja participated actively at the symposium...

APC anti-People Policies in Osun

• School Fees, Non-payment of Salaries by...

The Pains of Pensioners

by Kunle Wizeman Ajayi Pensioners are in serious pains. They do not however sit and lament, but are fighting back in a series of protest...

The Bailout Funds and Workers

by Adefolarin Olamilekan Are the states governor serious and ready to ensure the prudent and transparent...

CAPITALISM BREEDS CORRUPTION! FIGHT IT!!

Socialist Workers League welcomes the campaign against corruption and for good governance by the Nigeria Labour Congress and Trade Union Congress. There is no...

Like Nigeria, Britain is a Rich Country of Poor People

Television and the rest of the media like to show Britain as a rich country of successful business people, footballers and film stars. ...

Edo State: Stop the Loans!

by Isaac Botti A major reason why several states have not been able to pay salaries is the high level of their indebtedness (up to...

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