The group said it would not let up in its effort to free Nigerians from the threat of growing inequality.
He said that as political parties ramp up campaigning ahead of the 2023 general election, he would continue to advocate for a system that would free Nigerians from the “shackles of rampaging capitalism.”
He said that, in preparation for the elections, he would engage the candidates in public debates to learn their agenda for the masses, who had suffered from elite capitalism over the years.
The group urged media organizations to provide their platforms for interviews and shows, to advocate for a viable system in Nigeria.
TPAP-M said it launched a 50-member campaign organization on November 9 as part of efforts to advocate for the poor.
He said that the campaign organization, which would be chaired by Professor Omotoye Olorode, had nine committees.
According to the statement, some of the committees are Education and Research, Humanitarian, Social Intervention and Community Support.
Others, according to the statement, are the Public Sector Committee; Contact and Base Committee, Media and Public Communication Committee.
Others are Hauwa Mustapha, Deputy National Coordinator and Deputy National Spokesperson and also Chairman of the Committee of Stakeholders of Socialist Transformation of Nigeria (CAST).
Source Credit: NAN