Insecurity:Coalition to build strong mass workers movement to liberate country

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Mr Jaye Gaski, National Secretary, the People’s Alternative Political Movement (TPAP-M), says the group has formed a new coalition of mass workers to build a stronger movement towards emancipation of the citizenry.

Gaski disclosed this in Abuja on Saturday at a Town Hall Meeting of Working People in AMAC/Bwari Area Council, Abuja. with the theme : “ Conversation Between TPAP-M and the Working People.”

The national secretary said the movement was established in March, 2021 of the to address challenges confronting the country.

According to him, TRAP-M has been established as a movement for political engagement, social intervention and struggle for political power.

“ We are coalition of Organisations and individuals, committed to the building of a mass workers party, towards bringing about the socialist transformation of Nigeria.

“The coalition comprises of socialist and socialist-led organisations, trade unions, citizens, pan-Nigerian Organisations and initiatives.

“The movement is for and open to all progressive, working, toiling and oppressed Nigerians and organisations of the oppressed and toiling masses,” he said.

He said that the movement would strengthen relationship with labour movement in order to fully empower the working masses.

Also, Prof. Yusuf Zoaka, Interim Chairman, TPAP-M, charged workers to come together and changes that would lead to the development of the country.

Zoaka urged Nigerians to participate in building TRAP-M across the length and breadth of the country.

In his message, Mr Ibrahim Yakubu, Education Agencies Representative of the Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT), expressed the union’s determination for a stronger movement.

Yakubu, who noted that schools were longer safe, due to the incessant kidnapping of students and teachers, called for all and sundry to come together to liberate the country.

Mr Olumhense Akhigbe, President, Private School Teachers Union of and a member of TPAP M steering committee, said it was time citizens came together to salvage the country from political monopoly.

Emmanuel Ishaku, Branch Chairman. National Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE), Bwari Area Council, pledged alliance to the movement in ensuring the development of the citizens and society at large.