The attention of the Peoples Redemption Party (PRP) has been drawn to the weird drama of a six – man egoistic comedians who double as swindlers. We realized that greed and self-aggrandizement are a dangerous fire which have no respect for either intellect or knowledge. Though very contagious like Coronavirus, greed is an incurable disease which is worse than Coronavirus; Coronavirus attacks the body but greed attacks the soul. Lau Tzu said, “there is no calamity greater than lavish desires. There is no greater guilt than discontent. And there is no greater disaster than greed.” As further explained by Lynette Hill in Halfnote’s Song, “too much ambition can be the death of a man. … Or of many, if he can persuade them to follow”.
On Saturday, 26th of September, 2020, a micro group of illegitimate actors led by one Sule Bello who claims membership of the Peoples Redemption Party enacted a comic drama which was indeed laughable claiming that a vote of no confidence was passed on the Indefatigable National Chairman of the PRP and his NEC members as an envious reaction to general acceptability, mass support and unequal love shown to them by members of the PRP across the nation. On Saturday, 26th of September, 2020, at Hotel Seventeen, Kaduna, people from different walks of life including prominent media houses witnessed the solidarity expressed by thirty three out of thirty-six state chairmen who passed a vote of confidence on the Falalu Bello – led National Executive Committee recognizing their selfless service in conformity with our party vision to liberate Nigerians from whims and caprices of corruption and oppression. Men and women of honour and integrity undeniably appreciated the lengths and breadths of our NEC activities since the time it was given mandate to steer the affairs of our great party. As we always say, no achievement can be achieved without respect for public opinions, due consultation of selfless members of the PRP, zero tolerance for corrupt practices and polarization of party for self interest and mercantilistic ambition.
It is indisputable that lack of party ideologies, ego, indiscipline and partiality has made many parties repeat political flaws of their predecessors. We do not know where the Creator is taking our party to but this we know, the name of our party can never be allowed to be used by any impostor or swindler to defraud the public. PRP vision is bigger than any individual interest and self ambition of any person. The poison that has destroyed so many parties in the political history of Nigeria will never be permitted or entertained in our party. On this note, the National Executive Committee (NEC), National Working Committee (NWC) and Board of Trustees (BOT) of our great party will give no chance for barbarity, pernicious egocentrism and morbid display of megalomania. Our ideology has been refined in the furnace of discipline. Thus, it is a taboo to our political stance to permit any act that violates principles of equity, equality and humanity. The PRP belongs to decent and patriotic Nigerians, not a six man group of saboteurs and fraudsters. Our belief and practice shall be WHAT IS SAUCE FOR GOOSE IS SAUCE FOR GANDER. This with strong party discipline and vision shall take us to lofty heights sooner than later.
The six man conspirators had baselessly accused our national leadership for lack of good faith for the party. Well, pessimists will always see from dark perspectives even when the sky is bright. We will like the accusers to know that people of great integrity, sight and insight across the nooks and crannies of the nation know and acknowledge the efforts and activities of our national leaders. Their pointless display of manifestation of humbug and folly can never discourage our national leaders. We will rather think of and work on how to, with other patriots, accomplish the PRP’s goals and keep the hope of the multitude alive. Their drama really entertained us and we believe it truly amused millions of Nigerians who read their dramatic scripts.
We enthusiastically advise the power-seeking fraudsters to earnestly redirect their energy to something meaningful. Though they really displayed political folly, it is never too late to adjust. Though they keep on wearing a mask of deceit and mischief, it is never too late to think right. Though they seek leadership of the PRP by all means for their personal interest, it is never too late to understand the importance of patriotism, integrity, love and service to humanity.
While security agents are pursuing these lawless riff-raffs, we will also like to tell all Nigerians, especially, the bonafide members of the PRP to desist from listening to these wind chasers. Their ambition is control; the goal is self aggrandizement. We can proudly say that all executive members of the PRP have their jobs. Kindly abstain from interacting with this rabble of idlers; their disease is contagiously incurable. Once you are infected, you start thinking in their evil ways. They are empty souls; they are weird apostles of division, doom and destruction. They are merchants of dupery and fakery sponsored by the movers and shakers of bad governance in order to cause instability in the PRP. Their mission is woefully dead on arrival!
Last but not least, we will like all Nigerians and the PRP comrades to know that our activities and agenda remain valid. Their fraudulent posture should be seen as nothing but as display of desperation on their part and a sign of our collective victory. Be rest assured that our victory is sure.
Thank you all PRP members!
Thank you all Nigerians!
Comrade Muhammed Ishaq,
Patriotic PRP member,
From Bauchi State.
27th December, 2020.
INEC denies Sule Bello’s claim, says Falalu Bello remains PRP National Chairman
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has on Thursday stated that it does not know the existence of someone by the name Sule Bello who claims to be the interim National Chairman of the Peoples Redemption Party (PRP).
When contacted by our reporter to know if the Commission is aware of someone by the name Sule Bello who parades himself as the interim National Chairman of the Peoples Redemption Party (PRP), the electoral commission responded by saying that they are not aware of that person.
The commission further revealed that the person they know and recognize as the National Chairman of the Peoples Redemption Party (PRP) is Mallam Falalu Bello, OFR.
According to the commission, it had a meeting with Mallam Falalu Bello and other National Chairmen of political parties few days ago to review the 2019 general elections and see how to ensure the success of 2023 elections. Therefore, according to the commission, anybody parading himself as the National Chairman of the PRP other than Mallam Falalu Bello should be avoided by the general public and dealt with by the relevant authorities.
The INEC added that this should not be a debatable issue considering the fact that the names of PRP leaders and that of other political parties are already on the website of the commission (https://www.inecnigeria.org/party/peoples-redemption-party/) and anybody who claims to be a leader of a political party but his or her name is not on the website is nothing but an impostor that relevant authorities should deal with mercilessly.
The commission had finally advised the general public to regularly check its website to know the leaders of political parties so as to avoid being scammed by impostors.
When our correspondent reached out to one of the PRP leaders to enquire if they are aware that some impostors led by one Sule Bello are parading themselves as interim leaders, the party official revealed that they got the information recently but they would soon take action against the impostors despite the fact that they are busy with the day to day activities of the party.
“Even though we have no time for nonsensical elements and distraction, but we would take appropriate action against these impostors that are certainly sent by the opposition party to cause problem in our dear party, the PRP,” the party official stated.
He finally disclosed that preparations are on top gear for the party to capture power comes 2023.
Good bye suffering, welcome hope – PRP
Being New Year 2021 Message to Nigerians by Alhaji Falalu Bello, OFR, National Chairman, Peoples Redemption Party (PRP)
The Peoples Redemption Party (PRP) wishes to congratulate Nigerians, both at home and in the diaspora, on the celebration of New Year’s Day, 2021.
The year 2020 has been one of the most difficult years, not only for Nigeria, but the world over. The COVID-19 pandemic with its associated economic, social and healthcare challenges have indeed been traumatic for all. Here in Nigeria, these challenges have compounded already existing endemic challenges which have over the years rendered the lives of our citizens not only short and painful but veritably brutish. We are thankful to God for sparing our lives to witness the end of this horrific year.
While looking forward to a much more clement 2021, we cannot forget our controversial voyage of difficulties and regrets that this administration of President Muhammadu Buhari and his All Progressives Party (APC) piloted us through since 2015. It is extremely sad that instead of addressing the challenges Nigeria faces and charting a more progressive and humane path forward, the APC government has got mired in the blame game. It atributes all its failures either to past administrations or to the political opposition or other voices of dissent.
In this regard, particular mention must be made of this APC administration’s utter failure to address the security challenge, the worsening state of the nation’s economy and the increasing pauperization of the citizenry. The PRP believes that Nigerians should hold this failed Administration responsible for all the ills that have befallen them under the inept leadership of the so-called, ‘Mr Integrity.’
As we move into 2021, the PRP calls on all well-meaning Nigerians to rededicate themselves to task of taking back their country from the grips of inept and ravenous rulers. We as Nigerian citizens must commit ourselves to the promotion of a united country, a democratic order and a just, prosperous and forward-looking society. The PRP is committed, as always, to these noble ideals. We call on all citizens to join us in the pursuit and struggle for their realization.
Happy and prosperous New Year, NIGERIA.
Alhaji Falalu Bello, OFR
(National Chairman, PRP)
2023: Gwadabe, 9 others lead PRP commercial and marketing committee
Ahead of the 2023 general elections, the national leadership of the People’s Redemption Party (PRP) has constituted an 11-member commercial and marketing committee under the chairmanship of Mr. Kanu Uchenna Sunday, the National Financial Secretary of the party.
Members of the committee include Bauchi State Chairman of the party, Barr. Ahmed Umar Farouk (Gwadabe), Alh. Abdulkadir Abubakar Kurawa, Hajia Hafsatu Dantanko, Comrade Olajide Wolimoh, Mr. Malu Timothy Terzungine, Mr. Peter Okafor, Alh. Sammani Shariff Bashir, Deac. Oluwasesan Oladele, and Engr. Yahaya Daudu.
According to a letter signed by the National Secretary of the party, Babatunde Francis Alli, the terms of reference of the committee include production of all PRP memorabilia/advert items, marketing and sales of all such produced items; and, rendering of proceeds of sale of all such items to the Treasury Directorate.
The National Secretary further stated that the committee is also mandated to begin immediate sale of flags and face masks that are now available at the National Secretariat of the party.
It could be recalled that the Peoples Redemption Party (PRP) had, on 25th September this year, named former chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Attahiru Jega and 33 others as members of its Policy Advisory Committee.