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NO TO REMOVAL OF LABOUR FROM EXCLUSIVE LIST! FOR A LIVING WAGE NOW!!

Socialist Workers League joins the Nigeria Labour Congress in condemning the National Assembly’s proposed constitutional amendment that would remove Wages from the exclusive legislative list to the concurrent list. This is a clear attempt to inflict a great blow on the working class. If it is allowed to sail through such draconian amendment would empower … Continue reading

Abuja Workers Bulletin (October 15-28, 2014)

CAN THE CEASEFIRE WORK? INSURGENCY REFLECTS A DEEPER CRISIS ROOTED IN CAPITALISM: WE NEED SYSTEM CHANGE NOW The recent ceasefire reached between the Federal Government and Boko Haram has been hailed by many Nigerians as a herald of peace. But within days after this declaration, there have been fierce battles in the main conflict zone … Continue reading

Abuja Workers Bulletin (October 1-14, 2014)

NIGERIA AT 54; WHICH WAY FORWARD? WE NEED TO BUILD A LABOUR PARTY WITH A SOCIALIST PROGRAMME TO BUILD A NEW NIGERIA!     On October 1, 1960, ordinary Nigerians were filled with hope and high expectations. Independence was to bring about improvement in the lives of the people as a whole. But this has not … Continue reading

ABUJA WORKERS BULLETIN (September 17-30, 2014)

AGAINST TERRORISM IN ALL FORMS WORKERS MUST RESIST THE TERRORISMS OF BOTH BOKO HARAM AND THE BOSSES!! The war between Boko Haram and the Federal Government, in the north east is fast assuming new dimensions, with the sect seizing over a dozen communities within the three states under state of emergency. According to the government, … Continue reading