Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM)
For Struggle, Solidarity and Socialism in Nigeria
DSM, PO Box 2225, Agege, Lagos
Come to DSM secretariat at 49 Charity Road New Oko-Oba, Abule-Egba, Lagos,
Call our national office on 0805 304 5953
24 January 2018
HE IS NOT QUALIFIED TO PROPOSE A SOLUTION TO NIGERIA'S PROBLEMS
Only the coming to power of a Workers and Poor people's government armed with Socialist Programme can save Nigeria
The Socialist Party of Nigeria (SPN) totally agrees with former president Obasanjo that President Buhari and the APC do not in any way deserve a second term, but Obasanjo himself is one of the principal architects of the misfortune of this country.
15 January 2018
· A Clarion call for support for SPN to Fix Nigeria
The Socialist Party of Nigeria (SPN) cherishes the historic occasion of the collection of our certificate of registration from the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in compliance with an order of the Federal High Court Abuja.
This was the culmination of a legal and political battle that lasted three and half years.
9 January 2018
The Socialist Party of Nigeria (SPN) unequivocally condemns killings by criminal herdsmen in Benue State and elsewhere. We also condemn any reprisal as this, aside satisfying anger, will not resolve the real problem. We condemn the Buhari APC government and security operatives for their failure and cluelessness in the face of these rising killings and attacks by murderous herdsmen.
We call for immediate action to help defend those under attack and the arrest and prosecution of the perpetrators and sponsors of these killings.
5 January 2018
Calls on the labour movement to declare a 24-hour warning strike and mass protest
The Socialist Party of Nigeria (SPN) warns against any plan by the Buhari/APC government to increase pump price of petroleum products. Such an attempt must be resisted by the working masses and youth across the country.
28 December 2017
•Aregbesola Government should pay full salaries and pensions to all workers and retirees
•All arrears of half-salaries and pensions plus gratuities must be paid.
•Promotion is a right, not a privilege
•Labour Leadership should call Congress of Workers now
The Democratic Socialist Movement supports the strike action declared by the Nigeria Labour Congress and Trade Union Congress Osun state chapters. We fully support the struggle for immediate payment of full salaries and pensions to all categories of workers and retirees, plus payment of arrears among other demands. We make bold to say that the strike is long overdue, as workers and retirees have had to endure several months of denied salaries and pensions.
27 December 2017
* Labour and the working masses should demand immediate repair of old refineries and building of new ones
* Fight for nationalization of the oil industry under democratic control and management
Once again, Nigeria is in the throes of fuel scarcity. This fuel crisis is turning to be a big problem for the Buhari/Osinbajo All Progressive Congress (APC) government as it is seriously robbing it of whatever credibility it has left. Now many people are beginning to call the regime “clueless” and “incompetent” – the very same adjectives used to describe the Jonathan PDP regime some two and half years back.
23 December 2017
SPN DEMANDS NATIONALIZATION AND DEMOCRATIC MANAGEMENT OF THE OIL INDUSTRY AS THE WAY OUT OF THIS QUAGMIRE
The Socialist Party of Nigeria (SPN) condemns the federal government and the oil marketers/tycoons for failing to guarantee adequate supply of fuel and thereby causing untold hardship for the vast majority of Nigerians.
We challenge the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Trade Union Congress (TUC) and the United Labour Congress (ULC) to act fast to save the working and toiling people from the agony they are going through at the moment.
23 December 2017
South African ANC conference offers no way forward
After the most tumultuous run-up to any conference in ANC history, Dollar multimillionaire Cyril Ramaphosa has ascended to the presidency of the ANC after a bitterly fought factional contest against South African president Jacob Zuma. The so-called “radical economic transformation” faction and the business-aligned anti-corruption crusaders had fought each other all the way from the bottom to the top, in almost all provinces, continuing right up to the eve of conference.
20 December 2017
Hassan Taiwo Soweto and Abbey Trotsky explain to socialists internationally the significance of the Socialist Party of Nigeria winning its case against INEC and the tasks now facing the party in Nigeria.
18 December 2017
SPN Demands Recovery of the money and Nationalization of the Oil Industry under public democratic control and management
The December 13 revelation by the Minister of State for Petroleum, Ibe Kachikwu, that Nigeria lost a whopping N7.6 trillion ($21 billion) over the past 25 years to International Oil Companies (IOCs) is indeed shocking and bewildering. This is wholesale stealing of a nation’s natural resource which must not be swept under the carpet.