The Peoples Progressive Party was among a list of political parties deregistered at the end of 2012. The party's plans for the Nigerian economy included the following:
i. Reform the tax code and restructure the polity to allow for wealth creation at all levels.
ii. Eliminate state barriers to self-reliance.
iii. Eliminate constitutional defects that produce beggar states in place of one that produce donor states.
iv. Decentralize infrastructure delivery to empower local solutions to local problems.
v. Decentralize law enforcement to achieve lasting and enduring internal security.
vi. Institutionalize a workfare state in place of the destructive welfare state, etc.