Democratic Socialist Movement

For Struggle, Solidarity and Socialism in Nigeria

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Aregbesola Government’s Education Reforms: Socialist Alternative to Piece-meal Reforms

Osun State: Aregbesola Government’s Education Reforms: Socialist Alternative to Piece-meal Reforms By Kola Ibrahim The recent protest by the students of the famous Fakunle Comprehensive High School (FCHS), Osogbo, Osun State, against the planned (now suspended) demolition of their school by the state government has again brought to the fore the unorganized and ill-motivated education reform of the Aregbesola ACN

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PENSION SCAM SCANDAL:

PENSION SCAM SCANDAL: THE WORKING MASSES MUST FIGHT AND PROFER A POLITICAL ALTERNATIVE TO CAPITALIST LOOTING Segun Sango Protem National Chairperson Socialist Party of Nigeria (SPN) In the midst of abundant human and natural resources, the vast majority of Nigeria’s working masses and the poor perpetually live in abject poverty. The primary reason for this embarrassing state of absurdity is

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Minimum Wage Struggle – What Next?

Osun state Minimum Wage Struggle – What Next? After more than a year after the last strike, workers in Osun State under the two umbrella unions – NLC and TUC – have restarted agitation for the implementation of the nationally legislated N18, 000 minimum wage. As at Thursday, 31st January, 2013, three congresses of workers have been held in the

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MALI: IMPERIALIST INTERVENTION OFFERS NO HOPE FOR THE WORKING MASSES

MALI: IMPERIALIST INTERVENTION OFFERS NO HOPE FOR THE WORKING MASSES By Lanre Arogundade From Liberia to the Congos and Somalia; Sierra Leone to Rwanda and Burundi; Sudan to South-Sudan and Kenya; Ivory Coast (Cote D’Ivoire), Nigeria and now Mali, significant proportions of post-colonial or neo-colonial Africa are witnessing state failures. As the Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM), has always emphasized, the

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NIPOST PENSIONERS’ STRUGGLE

NIPOST PENSIONERS’ STRUGGLE GOVERNMENT SHOULD IMMEDIATELY PAY ALL PENSION ARREARS AND 2/3 GRATUITY NOW! Picketing of the post offices by the retirees of the NIPOST protesting the non-payment of 72 months arrears of pensions and two-third of gratuities being owed by the government, photo DSM Since December 24, 2012, the offices of the Nigeria Postal Service (NIPOST) throughout the country

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NLC’S MISSION TO RE-CLAIM LABOUR PARTY

NLC’S MISSION TO RE-CLAIM LABOUR PARTY Nigeria’s incurable socio-political crisis requires an urgent working class socio-political alternative Segun Sango General Secretary Democratic Socialist Movement It is debatable whether currently there is any other country in the whole world afflicted with a greater socio-political crisis more than Nigeria. Potentially, Nigeria should be a success story. With a huge population of about