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Nigeria on a cliff edge - published February 2010
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Only a working people's government can save it - published November 2009
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Socialist Democracy 2013 issues


7 September 2013

SOCIALIST DEMOCRACY SEPTEMBER – OCTOBER 2013 EDITION

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1 March 2013

SOCIALIST DEMOCRACY MARCH-APRIL 2013

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1 March 2013

MINIMUM WAGE: General Strike is Overripe!

For 48-Hour General Strike and Mass Protest

By Peluola Adewale

Two years after it has become a law the national minimum wage has been brazenly disobeyed by most state governors. Specifically, the new minimum wage was signed into law on March 25, 2011, a few days to 2011 general election, by President Goodluck Jonathan. No doubt, this was in attempt to deceive workers to vote for the ruling PDP in the presidential election. The state governors, cutting across all political parties, kept mute knowing that voicing their opposition to minimum wage publicly could mean a political suicide at the period of election. Expectedly, immediately after their inauguration on May 29 2011 the governors exhumed their objection to the minimum wage.

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