Democratic Socialist Movement

For Struggle, Solidarity and Socialism in Nigeria

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HERDSMEN VERSUS FARMERS CRISES An independent class approach needed to find genuine solution to the recurring decimal of violence H.T Soweto Brutal killings arising from farmer-herder clashes have left a trail of bodies, destruction and anxiety across communities in the North Central and North West zones of the country. On New Year Day, 73 people, including women and children, in

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SPN Rejects Imposition of Yoruba Language for tertiary institution admission

SPN Rejects Imposition of Yoruba Language for Lagos tertiary institution admission Public funded free and quality education for all devoid of discrimination should be the priority The Socialist Party of Nigeria (SPN) condemns a new law recently signed by the Lagos state governor Akinwumi Ambode that makes passing Yoruba language at Secondary School Leaving Examinations a requirement for admission into

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Zuma ousted as President of South Africa

Zuma ousted as President of South Africa Does Ramaphosa offer any hope for the working class? by Weizmann Hamilton, Workers and Socialist Party Executive Committee (WASP, CWI in South Africa) Inside two months following his election as ANC president at the party’s December 2017 national conference, Cyril Ramaphosa has realised the ambition he reportedly set himself whilst still at high