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PRP blames Buhari’s misrule for nation’s woes


The Peoples Redemption Party (PRP) has blamed the deplorable security and socio-economic situation in the country on President Muhammadu Buhari’s misrule.

Leaders of PRP, at their second National Delegates Conference in Zaria, said the country was sinking into a deepening socio-economic crisis, which was condemning majority of the citizens to abject poverty.

A communiqué signed by PRP National Chairman, Professor Suleiman Bello, yesterday, read in part: “We recognise that the deplorable state of the nation is the consequence of bad governance by the ruling parties who have survived by encouraging divisive conflicts, endemic corruption, looting of state resources and the general mismanagement of social, economic and political fortunes of Nigeria.”


Bello pledged the commitment of the PRP to serve Nigeria, if Nigerians would gave it the opportunity in 2023 to lead “the struggle for salvation from the exploitative and oppressive conditions under which they have lived over the years.”

Nigeria, according to him, is being pushed to the precipice by its leadership.

The PRP leaders added: “The party totally rejects calls by some organisations for the break up of Nigeria. We insist on unity as a basis for social, political and economic development.”

Meanwhile, the PRP frowned on the anti-party activities by some elements in the party.

“The party dissociates itself from any action taken by Falalu Bello in the name of the party and, in particular, condemn his so-called congresses and conventions in the name of PRP.”


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