Protests stemming from economic difficulties require no external provocation.

The Peoples Redemption Party (PRP) has called on the All Progressives Congress (APC) to cease engaging in the blame game. 

Following protests in Kano and Niger states on Monday over the escalating cost of living and food inflation, the APC's spokesperson, Felix Morka, accused opposition parties of instigating the demonstrations.

In response, the PRP, represented by Muhammed Ishaq, the national publicity secretary, emphasized that protests against hardship typically emerge organically. 

The party expressed disappointment in the APC's resort to baseless accusations and fear-mongering, characterizing it as an attempt to divert attention from legitimate concerns raised by the Nigerian people.

The PRP affirmed that the protests reflected grassroots frustration and discontent with the current state of affairs in the country.

 The statement asserted the right of Nigerian citizens to peaceful protests and the demand for accountability from their government.

Critiquing the APC's dismissal of the protests as opposition-driven, the PRP urged the government to listen to the grievances and address the underlying causes. The party emphasized the importance of dialogue and genuine engagement to find lasting solutions to the challenges facing the nation.

The PRP called for an end to the blame game, urging the APC to focus on delivering its promises to the Nigerian people. The party emphasized the citizens' right to a better governance approach, beyond empty rhetoric and false accusations. 

Finally, the PRP expressed solidarity with ordinary Nigerians suffering from bad governance and urged governments at all levels to listen and address their concerns.

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