Democratic Socialist Movement

For Struggle, Solidarity and Socialism in Nigeria

By - DSM

Behold the State of Health Care

Behold the State of Health Care Adequate Health Service: Not for the Vast Majority of Nigerians By Chinedu Bosah Health, like all other social services has been relegated to the background by all tiers of government, thereby leaving the vast majority of Nigerians to health hazard situation. Many Nigerians are dying because of inadequate medical care and incapacity to afford

By - DSM

BEHOLD THE STATE OF EDUCATION

BEHOLD THE STATE OF EDUCATION Student and Workers Must Organise and Struggle to Defeat Neo-liberal Attacks on Education By Kola Ibrahim The rot in the Nigeria education sector is phenomenal! Fifty percent (50%) of the 140 million population are aged below 18 years; however, less than ten percent of this population have access to any form of education; a gloomy

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DSM, ERC Flag off Save Education Campaign

DSM, ERC Flag off Save Education Campaign It was a colourful event at Awolowo Hall café of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife on 8th February, 2007 when student activists gathered to kick start a campaign to save education from total collapse from the anti-poor, neo-liberal economic policy of the government of the day. The symposium had in attendance, the General