10th December, 2010
A chieftain of the Mega Progressive Peoples Party, Oludare Falade, has called on theÂ partyâ€™s supporters to brace up for the forthcoming general election, stressing thatÂ the future of the country depends on the electorate whose votes will count in 2011.
Falade, who is also a member of the Board of Trustees of the party made this callÂ while addressing party faithful recently in Mushin Local Government area of theÂ state, as part ofÂ the MPPPâ€™s mobilization drive.
â€œThe era of siddon look in politics is over. This is theÂ time when you have to takeÂ your destiny in your hands. You should all go out to register so that you can decideÂ who governs you in 2011,â€ he said.
He further advised the party members on the need for them to mobilize other peopleÂ in Mushin into the MPPP fold.
According to him, â€œthe newly registered party is a progressive party which caresÂ about the welfare of its members and the entire citizens of Nigeria.
â€œIt remains the only party which can transform the country into the pride of Africa,Â a country where peace, justice, equity and rule of law reign supreme,â€ he said.