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9 May 2018

Segun Sango at 60

Segun Sango at 2013 SPN Inaugural Convention  - photo DSM

Segun Sango at 2013 SPN Inaugural Convention - photo DSM

Founding DSM General Secretary celebrates 6oth birthday

Segun Sango, socialist, revolutionary, legal practitioner, on May 7 celebrated his 60th birthday. While recent ill health has limited his political activity he has keenly followed developments. This is particularly so concerning the eventually successful struggle of the Socialist Party of Nigeria, of which he is founding Chairperson, to secure INEC registration.

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1 May 2018

SPN FELICITATES WITH NIGERIAN WORKERS ON THIS 2018 MAY DAY

• For a higher Minimum Wage without Retrenchment

• Join SPN today to end the rule of looters

The Socialist Party of Nigeria (SPN) felicitates with Nigerian workers as we celebrate this year's May Day. The SPN fully identifies with the struggles of Nigerian workers for better living and working conditions. We enjoin workers, their unions and labour leadership to use this occasion of May Day to reflect on the parlous state of the nation, struggle for improvement in living and working conditions and link it to total emancipation of the working and oppressed people of Nigeria.

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20 April 2018

DSM HOLDS 22ND CONGRESS

Comrades at the DSM's 22nd Congress - photo DSM

Comrades at the DSM's 22nd Congress - photo DSM

The 22nd Congress of the Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM) has come and gone but its import in terms of the mapping out of a programme for the development of the class struggle in Nigeria will continue to reverberate.

This was by far one of the most tasking national meetings of the DSM in recent times. Discussions lasted into the night of the last day, yet the attendance was still great. The enthusiasm and energy displayed by comrades all indicate the enormous confidence that now exist especially because of the SPN and the prospect that we will not be mere spectators in coming elections but we can now have more impact on the situation.

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6 April 2018

SPN QUERIES $1 BILLION APPROVED BY PRESIDENT BUHARI FOR MILITARY EQUIPMENT AND ARMS

SPN DEMANDS PRIORITY TO BE GIVEN TO SOCIAL SECURITY WHILE FUNDING TO DEFENCE SHOULD BE OPEN TO PROBITY AND TRANSPARENCY

Defence Minister, Mansur Dan-Ali has announced President Muhammadu Buhari's approval of spending $1 billion to purchase more military equipment. Is it not curious that the federal government that claimed to have “technically” defeated Boko Haram and insurgency could approve the spending of a whopping sum of $1 billion for military equipment and arms aside from budgetary allocation for defence?p

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29 March 2018

Socialist Democracy April - May 2018 Edition

2019 GENERAL ELECTION: Post-Election Anti-poor Attacks Inevitable


MINIMUM WAGE: Only Mass Struggle Can Win N56,000 Minimum Wage and its implementation


NIGERIA’S ECONOMY: Is The Worst behind Us Yet?


SOUTHERN CAMEROON CRISIS: Halt the Repression, Release all Political Prisoners

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26 March 2018

Arrest and Remand of Five OAU Students:

We call for Immediate Release of the Students

The Campaign for Democratic and Workers' Rights (CDWR), Osun State Chapter, strongly condemns the arrest, arraignment and remand of five (5) students of Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife by the management of the institution led by Prof. Eyitayo Ogunbodede, over flimsy reasons. Five students were arrested on Wednesday 21st February 2018 over issues of accommodation on campus. The students were subsequently arraigned and remanded in Ile-Ife Prisons on Thursday 22nd February, 2018. We call for the immediate release of these students and the frivolous charges against dropped.

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26 March 2018

National Industrial Court Rules in favour of Dangote Cement Workers

Joyous Dangote Truck Officers with their lawyer Toluwani Adebiyi after the hearing - photo DSM

Joyous Dangote Truck Officers with their lawyer Toluwani Adebiyi after the hearing - photo DSM

CDWR Calls on Dangote Cement Plc to immediately meet workers' Demands.

The truck officers who have been callously and fraudulently sacked by the management of Dangote Cement won, on Tuesday March 20, their the first victory against the company at the National Industrial Court. Following the frivolous and senseless preliminary objection raised by Dangote Cement Plc that lasted many hearings, Justice Mustapha Tijini ruled in favour of the cheated workers and fixed May 23, 2018 for the commencement of hearing on the substantial matter.,/p>

The reality of the matter is that Dangote Cement Plc has no case but, as usual, is trying to cheat workers. Unfair labour practices and favourable government policies is the reason Aliko Dangote is the richest man in Africa.

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22 March 2018

FIVE OAU STUDENT ACTIVISTS REMANDED IN PRISON CUSTODY FOR PROTESTING FORCEFUL EVICTION OF STUDENTS FROM HOSTELS

As authorities step up repression, escalate the solidarity

A Call for Protest Letters and Messages

Repression at Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, Osun state, has taken a new turn with the arrest of five student activists and their remand, on March 22, in prison custody for protesting against the forceful eviction of students from their hostels.

The students were arrested on Wednesday 21 March 2018 while protesting against attempts by the authorities of the University to forcefully evict from hostels students who stayed back on campus during the break to undergo Teaching Practice and Student Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES).

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18 March 2018

Cameroon: a Marxist approach to the national crisis

For several months, the English-speaking population of Cameroon has been fighting for more investment in the region and respect. The government, under the leadership of President Paul Biya, proceeds to brutal repression.

Since the end of 2016 there have been major actions by workers and the poor in the two English-speaking regions in the west of Cameroon. In recent weeks, the deadly repression has been stepped up by the Cameroonian state. This has led to a strengthening of separatist feelings.

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17 March 2018

SPN DEMANDS AN END TO JUMBO SALARIES AND ALLOWANCES FOR ALL POLITICAL OFFICE HOLDERS

• PLACE POLITICAL OFFICE HOLDERS ON THE CIVIL SERVICE WAGE STRUCTURE!

The revelation by Senator Shehu Sanni that each senator earns whopping N13.5 million monthly allowances aside from their N750, 000 monthly consolidated salary is not new. It confirms the correctness of the consistent campaign of the Socialist Party of Nigeria (SPN) for an end to jumbo salaries and allowances at all levels of government.

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