Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM)

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8 June 2017

ELECTRICITY CRISIS: AJEGUNLE RESIDENTS HOLD PROTEST

COMMUNITY RESOLVE TO CONTINUE THE CAMPAIGN UNTIL EKEDC ENDS OVERBILLING

REJECT OUTRAGEOUS BILLING AND DEMAND RENATIONALIZATION OF THE POWER INDUSTRY

The No Payment for Darkness, No Disconnection campaign initiated last April by the Ajegunle, Lagos, branch of the Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM) under the aegis of Ajegunle Peoples’ Movement (APM) continued with a 250 strong street protest on Thursday 18 May, 2017.

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16 May 2017

Mass struggle Underway in Awodi-Ora Community of Ajegunle, Lagos against Crazy Bills and exploitation by EKEDC

An ongoing campaign against electricity exploitation and extortion by the Eko Electricity Distribution Company (EKEDC) initiated by Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM), Ajegunle, on 5 April, 2017 has won wide support and generated mass struggle including mass meetings, community-wide agitations and a protest march.

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18 April 2017

FOR REGULAR AND AFFORDABLE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY

JOIN THE CAMPAIGN, ORGANISE IN YOUR COMMUNITY

NO TO OVER-ESTIMATED, EXPLOITATIVE BILLING! NO PAYMENT FOR DARKNESS!! NO TO DISCONNECTION!!!

The Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM) calls on the entire Ajegunle People, residents, workers, market men and women, artisan, students, youth and unemployed to stand on their feet and defend the historic July 13, 2016 judgment of the Federal High Court of Nigeria (Ikoyi) that the power companies (GENCOs and DISCOs) reverse the 45% unlawful increment of electricity tariff of N24: 00kw/h back to the old rate of N11: 00kw/h.

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9 February 2017

February 6 #IStandWithNigeria protests shows growing anger at the Buhari/APC government

But What Next?

On Monday February 6, 2017, thousands poured into the streets across some cities in the country to protest the unending hardship and failure of the Buhari/APC government. Over 3,000 marched in Lagos. The Democratic Socialist Movement's placards and a leaflet listing 18 key demands were enthusiastically taken up by the crowds. Many thousands marched in Abuja, Port Harcourt, Benin, Akure, Ibadan and Osogbo.

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6 February 2017

BUHARI/APC GOVT AND THE CAPITALIST SYSTEM HAVE FAILED US

We Need to Fight Against Anti-poor Economic Policies and for Socialist Change

Today, 6 February 2017, thousands will be marching in Lagos, Abuja and other cities to protest the growing economic hardship being faced by a majority of Nigerians. After nearly two years in power, the Buhari/APC government has failed woefully. Things are worse now than before. The rising cost of living is unbearable for the vast majority. High hope invested in Buhari by many Nigerians seeking genuine change is being shattered amidst growing disillusionment.

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25 October 2016

Struggle for Registration:

SPN Holds Protest to Demand Issuance of Certificate of Registration

Members of the Socialist Party of Nigeria (SPN) held a protest march on Monday, October 24, 2016 to the Lagos office of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) over the non-registration of the party despite having fulfilled all legal and constitutional requirements, including onerous ones like payment of one million naira and having members of National Executive Committee in 24 states and Abuja.

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24 August 2016

NEXT PHASE OF STRUGGLE OPENS AS DSM/CDWR HOLDS SYMPOSIUM ON ELECTRICITY CRISIS

No Light, No Meter, No Pay

The National Secretariat of the Democratic Socialist Movement at Agege, Lagos, on Saturday 20th August, was a hub of intense and inspiring discussion as community members, socialists and civil society activists participated in a symposium organised by DSM and the Campaign for Democratic and Workers Right (CDWR) to discuss crisis of electricity supply in Nigeria. The symposium reviewed at length the struggles of communities against this crisis with activists, who are playing leading roles in this campaign, sharing inspiring experiences of protests, and struggle. On the panel of speakers was Barrister Toluwani Adebiyi, the counsel who challenged the 45% increase in electricity tariff at the Federal High Court, Ikoyi, and subsequently won a landmark judgment that nullified the tariff hike.

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14 July 2016

COURT NULLIFIES TARIFF HIKE

Time to Consolidate the Mass Struggle for Reversal of Power Privatisation and End "Crazy" Billing

Justice Idris Muhammed of the Federal High Court, Lagos, has nullified the exploitative electricity tariff hike in a landmark judgment delivered on July 13, 2016; variously describing the tariff hike as reckless, criminal, illegal and irresponsible. This judgment is a victory for the working people who have been protesting the 45% tariff hike as well as crazy billing and the incessant power cut that has now become aggravated since the privatization of the power sector.

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9 April 2016

Okada Riders and Ajegunle People Protest Police Brutality

On Tuesday March 22nd 2016, commercial motorcyclists popularly called okada riders together with activists, socialists and residents of Ajegunle community in Lagos held a protest march against police brutality and extortion. The protest was organized by the Campaign Against Police Brutality, Extortion and Killing of Innocent Citizens (CAPBEKIC).

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23 March 2016

Ajegunle People Protest against Police Brutality

Innocent people killed by the police, photo DSM

Innocent people killed by the police, photo DSM

By HT Soweto

On Tuesday 22 March 2016, Okada riders, activists, socialists and community people of Ajegunle made good their promise to stage a protest against the incessant cases of police brutality, extortion and brutal killings of innocent and poor Nigerians by the police.

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