OUR VISION IS TO PROMOTE DEMOCRACY, GOOD GOVERNANCE, BUILD A STRONG PROSPEROUS AND UNITED NIGERIA- ATIKUNATION SA, CHAIRMAN

OUR VISION IS TO PROMOTE DEMOCRACY, GOOD GOVERNANCE, BUILD A STRONG PROSPEROUS AND UNITED NIGERIA- ATIKUNATION SA, CHAIRMAN

Joshua Olusan, founder of The African portal met with the chairman of ATIKUNATION in Pretoria. The upcoming launch ATIKUNATION SA in Pretoria on the 31st of March 2018 was received with mixed reactions by Nigerians in South Africa. We decided to chat to Engr. Funsho Ademoye to tell us more about ATIKUNATION.

 

Q1. WHAT IS YOUR NAME?
My name is Engr. Funsho Ademoye (aka Infinity)

Q2. WHY ATIKUNATION AT THIS TIME?
ATIKUNATION is positioned strategically to promote democracy and good governance in Nigeria by latching onto the virtues, strength and good leadership qualities of His Excellency, Atiku Abubakar and is campaigning for him to be duly elected President and Commander in – Chief of the armed forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in 2019.

Q3. WHAT IS THE VISION AND MISSION OF THIS ORGANIZATION?
Our vision is to promote democracy, good governance, build a strong prosperous and united Nigeria, where true federalism and the rule of law reigns.
Our mission is to mobilize well-meaning citizens of Nigeria from every nook and cranny, promote democracy and good governance as encapsulated in His Excellency Atiku Abubakar and give Nigerians the opportunity of electing a true and passionate leader like His Excellency Atiku Abubakar as President and Commander in chief of armed forces of our great Nation Nigeria 2019.

Q4. WHAT DOES ATIKUNATION MEANS TO YOU PERSONALLY?
To me personally, I believe it is a platform for non-partisan, non – governmental and non – profit oriented support organization that offers many Nigerians the privilege to support credible leadership personality as displayed by His Excellency Atiku Abubakar without any undue influence or affiliate to any political party.

Q5. WHO IS ATIKU TO YOU PERSONALLY?
In my opinion, I see him as someone who has the right capacity, someone equipped with the right knowledge to affect the changes craved for by Nigerians. I am of the opinion that Nigeria as a nation needs an intelligent and an experienced man to steer her affairs. Atiku Abubakar does not need to be introduced in the Nigeria polity. He was our Vice President at the time of HE Olusegun Obasanjo.

Q6. DO YOU THINK IS PERSONALITY CAN BRING CHANGE TO ORDINARY NIGERIANS?
YES.

ATIKU IS NOT RELIGIOUS BIASED: You will agree with me that the main problem bedeviling Nigeria is that of leaders who are FANATICS. These leaders are always out to suppress those who are not in the same line of religion, political party, region, tribe or kindred with them. Such people are witch-hunters and not leaders. But in the case of Atiku, he is not fanatical. He doesn’t care if you are Igbo, Hausa or Yoruba. He doesn’t want to know the political party you belong to. To him, religion does not matter. Whether Christian, Muslim, traditionalist, he is just interested in knowing you are a Nigerian and that’s all that matters.

2. SMART AND STRONG: Atiku Abubakar is energetic, strong and dynamic. With God, he will serve out his tenures without health hitches.
3. He is a very compassionate person. He is an intelligent and matured politician, this he has displayed over all his years as a seasoned politician.

Q7. WHAT TO EXPECT WITHIN SIX MONTH?

Strong and viable economy stability.
Non – partisan security for all Nigerians
Much anticipated restructuring of Nigeria

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