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SOCIALIST WORKER – June/July 2014

1. HOW CAN THE CHIBOK STUDENTS BE FREED? WHO ARE THE REAL TERRORISTS? by Baba Aye and Drew Povey The abduction of over 200 final year pupils from the Chibok Girls Secondary School, within 24 hours of a bomb blast in Nyanya, Abuja marks a highlight in the war between Boko Haram and the Nigerian … Continue reading

Socialist Worker Issue 002 (October-November 2012)

NIGERIA AT 52: A NATION RUN IN THE INTEREST OF THE RICH! In terms of natural resource endowment, Nigeria occupies between the 9th and the 11th position in the entire world. But Nigeria is also host to the largest concentration of chronically poor people in Africa. In the entire world, it is estimated that one … Continue reading

REPORT OF THE OYO PUBLIC SECTOR WORKERS’ STRIKE

Introduction On Thursday, April 5, Oyo state public workers suspended a 2-week strike over the implementation of the National Minimum Wage Act (NMWA), for two weeks. The strike was called by rank and file workers who suspended the trade union federations’ leadership and for its 1st week was “illegal”. With the intervention of the Oyo … Continue reading

SWL leaflet in defence of Oyo state workers