Tomorrow will witness the usual vain rhetoric, pseudomilitant hand pumping, puerile labour sloganeering and longer speeches that would not lead to any meaningful decision or action about the plight of workers in Nigeria. Of course, they may even pay lip service to the memories of those whose efforts they cannot match.
Labour has been bought and neutered...it happened a long time ago. The beautyful ones are long gone!
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Subject: USA Africa Dialogue Series - Tomorrow is the 1st of May
In asking the general question as it pertains to Nigeria, South Africa, Namibia, Zambia and other parts of Africa I can't help wondering what the worker disciples of my late hero Michael Imoudu will be doing tomorrow...
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