Socialist Worker

Socialist Worker, Nov-Dec. 2017

Cover Nigeria at 57: Workers Are ANGRY! News & Comment: When Workers’ Power Shook the World; On Restructuring and the Developmental State; Restructuring Should Mean Substantial Increase in Minimum...

Socialist Worker, June – July 2017

Cover Two years of failure; Buhari and APC MUST GO!   News & Comment Boko Haram Release Many Chibok Girls – We Demand the Government Does More! Anti-Corruption: Neglecting...

Socialist Worker, March – April 2017

Cover Bungling bosses – THROW THEM OUT! – Build Power from Below!! News & Comment Economic Recession – Implications for the Working Class The Left And The New...

Socialist Worker, Jan-Feb. 2017

Cover 2017: TIME TO ACT! News & Comment Putting the New Labour Centre in Perspective Housing Is A Human Right! 2017 Budget: No Cause for Workers to Cheer Towards Rebuilding...

Socialist Worker, Aug-Sept. 2016

Cover RECESSION BUILD MASSIVE FIGHTBACK NOW! News & Comment: Unpaid Salaries & Pensions Result in Thousands of Deaths - Falsification of Age by New Prisons Boss - Support for the Socialist...

Socialist Worker, May-June 2016

Contents: Cover; Real wages have collapsed with the naira. Cost of living keeps rising. We must: FIGHT FOR A LIVING WAGE NOW! News & Comment; Kick out...

Socialist Worker, March-April, 2016

Cover UNITE THE RESISTANCE! News & Comment The Proposed Economic Summit – Any Hope For The Working Class? Revisiting Oil Subsidy Removal: Implication for Working...

Socialist Worker, Jan -Feb 2016

Cover RESIST ANTI-POOR AGENDA “Dasukigate” and the APC Regime New & Comment 2016 Budget – what promises for working class-people? Revival of Biafra Agitations NLC/TUC Organise Chima Ubani...

Socialist Worker, Nov-Dec, 2015

Cover: SYSTEM CHANGE AND NOT CLIMATE CHANGE, The Bailout Funds and Workers, Time to Fight for a Minimum Wage of N66,000; News & Comment: African Socialism and its...

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