From Okwe Obi, Abuja
The People’s Alternative Political Movement (TPAP-M) has said it would campaign against capitalist agenda, adding that there will not be honeymoon for whoever will emerge as Nigeria’s next president in 2023.
This is even as it disclosed arrangement to organise a debate for all presidential candidates.
The Secretary to the group, Jaye Gaskia, at a press briefing and the unveiling of their movement in Abuja, yesterday, said Nigerians should be communist, arguing that capitalism has damage to the country.
“After 22 years of their callous and treasury looting rule, the policies of the capitalist system over which they have presided have only resulted in disastrous consequences of catastrophic dimensions.
“The impact of the exploitative capitalist system on the people, here at home and globally, have always resulted in disasters, from the ever-rising cost of living, leading to a cost of living crisis, to the deepening pandemic of insecurity, the tale of death and destruction continue to be the lot of the working people and toiling masses.
“From 1999 till date, through 7 general elections [1999,2003, 2007, 2011, 2015, & 2019], and four increasingly unbearable burdens of Hardships, on the popular masses, through unprecedented
to be the lot of the working people and toiling masses.
NNPC, World Bank, and reputable newspapers and journals, we shall here present their ignoble Scorecard of capitalism, and track the disastrous record of the catastrophic failure of the ruling working people and toiling masses.
“Different governments [Obasanjo, Yar’Adua, Jonathan & Buhari], the ruling class have imposed living crisis, to the deepening pandemic of insecurity, the tale of death and destruction continue
Under their light fingered and incompetent class leadership, this capitalist system that dimensions.
“The impact of the exploitative capitalist system on the people, here at home and
What they will not say is that under their collective watch as a ruling class, the capitalist system sources as varied as the National Bureau of Statistics [NBS], the Central Bank of Nigeria [CBN],” he said.