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28 November 2014

2015 GENERAL ELECTIONS: None of the existing political parties represent the change working masses and youth desire

ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL BACKGROUND

By Segun Sango, National Chairperson, Socialist Party of Nigeria (SPN)

Nigeria's 2015 general elections, from all key indications, promises to be the most beleaguered since post colonial rule in 1960. Politically and economically, the capitalist institutions and all their political parties are locked in an intractable crisis. This is manifested in their complete failure to meet the socio-economic and political needs of Nigeria and particularly that of its overwhelming citizens. Now the country is on the verge of plunging downwards as the export price of oil plummets, not only does this undermine much of Nigeria's income, it also means even more vicious infighting within the ruling class as they fight to loot a smaller cake.

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