Ayo Ademiluyi

The raft of proposed amendments to the electional law is only meant to benefit INEC, but is likely to create massive complications in the conduct of polls in Nigeria

Mass movement against education cuts, mass unemployment, pro-rich looting and obnoxious electoral laws

Instead of tackling the underlying causes of restiveness and militancy, which are mass unemployment and collapse of education, the Jonathan regime has resorted to brute force


Following a century of colonialism, contemporary neoliberal imperialism is the cause of many of the crises ravaging Africa, writes Ayo Ademiluyi, with particularly harsh consequences for Nigeria’s working class. With oil accounting for over 90 per cent of government revenue, local industry has collapsed, leading to widespread unemployment and increasing poverty. As child and maternal mortality rates continue to increase and life expectancy decreases despite the wealth oil exports have brought...read more