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Burkina Faso: a Revolutionary Opening in sub-Saharan Africa?

On Friday 31st October, Blaise Compaoré, was forced to abdicate as President of Burkina Faso, after 27 years in the saddle. His attempt to further extend his stay in office by amending Article 37 of the constitution, triggered a tumultuous movement of the working people, which his declaration of a state of emergency could not … Continue reading

Abuja Workers Bulletin: Oct. 29-Nov. 11, 2014

REVOLUTION IN BURKINA FASO!                                                       * NEITHER THE ARMY NOR THE PARLIAMENT REPRESENT THE PEOPLE! WE SUPPORTT THE WORKERS! 27 years and16 days after he murdered Thomas Sankara and took … Continue reading

The January Awakening in Nigeria by Baba Aye

Introduction Few in Nigeria would have the feeling that 2012 is barely a month old. The past few weeks have been filled with events of historic proportions. First, in response to the unpopular 120% hike in petrol price, the people spontaneously took to the streets across the country in stiff resistance and with an 8-day … Continue reading

NO TO FUEL PRICE HIKE! Time for System Change; REVOLUTION NOW!

The Federal Government set the country ablaze with its over 100% increase of petrol price on January 1. In a matter of days, massive demonstrations have rocked more than a dozen cities, shaking the country to its foundations; and this is just the beginning! NLC & TUC have declared an indefinite general strike & mass … Continue reading

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