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Date: 10/6/2023

The Communist Party of Kenya (CPK) stands in unwavering solidarity with the Coalition for Revolution (CORE) and the Nigerian workers in their struggle against the oppressive and anti-poor policies of the Bola Ahmed Tinubu-led regime. We recognize the glaring similarities between the state of the nation in Kenya and Nigeria, where both countries suffer from the consistent interference of the dominant class in the metropole, implementing policies that perpetuate inequality and disregard the well-being of the working class.

President William Samoe Ruto of Kenya, like his Nigerian counterpart, has shown a clear alignment with neoliberal ideologies and policies that prioritize the interests of the elite over the welfare of the masses. The removal of fuel subsidies and the deregulation of local currencies implemented by both presidents have only deepened the suffering of the poor and working-class citizens. These actions reflect a pro-liberalization agenda that further exacerbates the wealth gap and hinders the path to social progress.

It is evident that both Kenya and Nigeria exist within a neo-colonial turbo capitalist system, where the exploitation of resources and labor continues to benefit foreign powers and their local collaborators. The struggle for dignity and justice requires us to break free from this oppressive system that perpetuates poverty and denies our people their rightful share of wealth.

The failures in both Kenya and Nigeria cannot be viewed in isolation. They are part of a larger African context where imperialism, neocolonialism, and capitalist exploitation have hindered the development and prosperity of our continent. As comrades in the struggle, we must recognize the interconnectedness of our battles and unite in our fight against these common oppressors.

We express our unequivocal support for the Nigerian workers and poor who have been bearing the brunt of these anti-poor policies. They have nothing to lose but their chains, and we stand with them in their pursuit of a better future. We condemn the oppressive measures taken by the Tinubu regime, including the removal of the fuel subsidy and the subsequent burden imposed on the working class. The CPK firmly believes that the struggles of the Nigerian workers are our struggles, and we will continue to lend our voice and support to their cause.

In this critical moment, we reiterate that the answer to the challenges faced by both Kenya and Nigeria lies in socialism. It is through the construction of a just and equitable society, where the means of production are owned and controlled by the workers, that we can break free from the chains of exploitation. The CPK calls upon all progressive forces to unite and join hands in the pursuit of a socialist future, where the people's welfare is prioritized over profit and where genuine freedom and dignity are realized.

 

Together, let us build a future where the working class and the poor are empowered, where resources are shared equitably, and where the values of justice, equality, and solidarity prevail. The struggle continues, and socialism shall be our guiding light.

 

Long live the solidarity between the Communist Party of Kenya and the Coalition for Revolution!

Long live the solidarity between the working class of Kenya and Nigeria!

Workers of the world, unite!

 

In solidarity,

The Central Organizing Committee of 

Communist Party of Kenya

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