Democratic Socialist Movement

For Struggle, Solidarity and Socialism in Nigeria

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DSM Condemns N30 Million Labour Party Guber Nomination Fee in Edo

Shows LP is a Party Dominated by the Rich We Reiterate Our Call on Trade Unions to Rebuild the Party as a Genuine Working Peoples Political Alternative The Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM) condemns the decision of the Labour Party to charge an outrageous sum of N30 million as its nomination fee for the governorship election in Edo State. This shows

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DSM Holds National Committee Meeting to Prepare for Mass Struggle against Anti-Poor Capitalist Attacks of Tinubu Government

The Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM) held its National Committee (NC) meeting over the weekend of November 25 and 26. The NC which had in attendance members and supporters from various branches offered an opportunity to discuss the anti-poor policies of Bola Tinubu, the labour movement and its response, the state of class struggle and what should be done. The meeting

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HOW WILL NIGERIA FARE UNDER TINUBU PRESIDENCY?

Urgent Tasks before Workers, Youth and the Poor Masses Barring any unforeseen circumstances, the All Progressive Congress (APC) chieftain, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, appears set to be sworn-in on May 29, 2023 as Nigeria’s 5th civilian President since the restoration of civil rule in 1999. Tinubu was announced by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) as the winner of the highly

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OBIDIENTS AND LP:  For a Conference of Trade Unions, Youth and Socialists to Discuss Rebuilding of the Party

One of the major features of the 2023 Election is the phenomenon of Obidient movement. It is a movement which originally rose from an important political conclusion reached from the EndSARS youth revolt of October 2020. Though sparked by the protest against police brutality, the revolt was actually driven by deep anger against the political establishment whose failure was held

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NLC and TUC Leadership Must Consistently Fight For Workers and the Downtrodden

The Campaign for Democratic and Workers’ Rights (CDWR) congratulates the new leaderships of both the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and Trade Union Congress (TUC) on their election. By Chinedu Bosah Publicity Secretary, CDWR In view of the numerous attacks workers and the masses have been subjected to in the past years and are still on-going, Nigerian workers and the trade union

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LP crisis: DSM calls on NLC and TUC leaderships to commence the process of rebuilding the party

The Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM) sees the current crisis rocking the Labour Party as a clarion call for the rebuilding of the party as a true working people’s party. The crisis which has been rocking the party prior to the 2023 general election took on a new dimension on Thursday, 5th April, 2023 when the Nigeria police provided a cover

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NLC’s CALL FOR VOTES FOR PETER OBI

*No pro-capitalist politicians can be trusted to defend and protect the interest of workers, youths and the poor *Only a government formed by workers and the poor run on the basis of socialist programmes can rescue Nigeria state and the economy The attention of the Socialist Party of Nigeria (SPN) has been drawn to an open call on the Nigeria

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Peter Obi: Atiku Abubakar’s ex-running mate no friend of Labour

Labour Party Remains a Trashcan of APC and PDP Rejects! We Call for Building of a Genuine Mass Working People’s Party on a Socialist Programme! We of the Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM) are not surprised by the emergence of Peter Obi as the Presidential candidate of the Labour Party given the history and character of the party that has long