Democratic Socialist Movement

For Struggle, Solidarity and Socialism in Nigeria

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O’CLEAN, STOP THE RESTRICTION

O’CLEAN, STOP THE RESTRICTION By Alfred Adegoke On 25th June, 2011 the Osun State Government commenced a compulsory environmental sanitation exercise which unlike what obtains in some other States e. g. Lagos State as a monthly exercise, the Aregbesola’s Government imposed a 90 (ninety) days exercise during which the Markets are closed 7.00am- to 9.00am, ditto for Schools/ Offices on

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DSM Minimum Wage symposium in Osogbo

DSM Minimum Wage symposium in Osogbo By Ayo Ademiluyi The Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM), Osun State held a symposium on the raging issue of N18, 000 minimum wage the Osun State workers are currently engaged in. The symposium with the theme: N18, 000 Minimum Wage; the Way Forward, was held at the NUT Secretariat Auditorium, along Iwo Road in Osogbo

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Osun State Workers’ Strike: Government must implement the N18, 000.00 minimum wage

Osun State Socialist Democracy (SD) August 2011 Edition Osun State Workers’ Strike: Government must implement the N18, 000.00 minimum wage The decision of workers in Osun State to embark on strike to demand their legitimate right to a modest minimum wage of N18, 000, is commendable after the Osun State government had stubbornly and arrogantly refused to accede to this

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OYES: Aregbesola Should Implement His Campaign Promises

OYES: Aregbesola Should Implement His Campaign Promises By Kola Ibrahim When Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola was campaigning in 2007, he promised in his Manifesto, titled ‘My Pact with Osun People’ to “… create immediate employment for 20, 000 people within (our) 100 days in office.” He stated further, “… 5000 of these places shall be reserved for those who were retrenched

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18 years After June 12: What lessons for the working masses today

18 years After June 12: What lessons for the working masses today By Alfred Adegoke, from the June 2011 Osun state Special edition of Socialist Democracy No thanks to the Babangida/Abacha military juntas which some 18 years ago annulled the June 12 1993 presidential elections results won by the business mogul, Chief M.K.O Abiola who later died in the Abdul