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#LekkiMassacre: Free all #EndSARS Prisoners! Compensate All #EndSARS Victims!! Bring the Killers to Book!!!!

The report of the Lagos State Judicial Panel of Inquiry on Restitution for Victims of SARS Related Abuses and Other Matters has settled...

#JusticeForTundeEleyele: Why Police & Military Brutality Is Still Rampant

As the Keke Marwa reached Ile-Iwe junction, I counted 21 police vans and an armored tank surrounded by gun-flashing officers. They were restless and...

Building Working-Class People and Youths Power from Below: Lessons from #EndSARS

The working-class occupies a central place in the struggle for social transformation. This is largely because “labour creates wealth”; workers are the producers of...

#ENDSARS: Why Northern Youths Must Rise Now!

Two limitations debarred the full blown victory of the Great #EndSARS: the Workers' absence; and the lack of its spread accross the whole country,...

#EndSARS: Why the Barbarians Want War

It will be a year since the #LekkiMassacre on 20 October.  That day marked the height of the worst bloodletting to halt the greatest...

A Year after #EndSARS; Police Brutality Continues

A year after the Maj Gen (Rted) Buhari-led regime was forced to disband Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS), the Nigeria Police unit which is...

SWL Quits A-SCAB: Over Anti-democratic Practice and Attacks from Socialist Labour

The Socialist Workers & Youth League (SWL) resolved to disaffiliate from the Alliance for Surviving COVID-19 & Beyond (ASCAB) at its Convention held last...

Poverty, Insecurity, Police Brutality: CORE Organizes Actions for October

The Nigerian state will once again roll out the drums to commemorate Nigeria’s flag independence, on 1 October. However, the poor masses have no...

Lagos Passes VAT and Anti-Grazing Acts: What does it means for working-class people?

The Lagos State House of assembly on 9 September passed an Anti-Open Grazing bill into law, prohibiting open grazing in the state and a...

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...

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The Nigerian Youth and Political Power

The fourth republic has failed. Over the past 23 years, the working people in Nigeria have witnessed drastic decreases in their incomes. A disgraceful...

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History of Women’s Oppression

Women’s oppression is the most deeply entrenched oppression. It is seen as biological, psychological, universal and age-old. This view impacts on how we understand...