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AGSOSA: I’ll transform every member’s story into glory – Bankole

By Oluwaseun Sonde

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Talking about a dynamic professional, businessman, researcher, listener, lover of people, analytical thinker and a sport lover, Femi Bankole, a young talented Nigerian in Diaspora, alumnus of the Premier University of Ibadan and ICT Chamblee, who aspire for the post of Anglican Grammar School Old Students Association (AGSOSA) Vice President 2 (Diaspora), in this interview with OLUWASEUN SONDE speaks on his commitment to transformational development for the Association, preventing all forms of racism as well as promoting possible migration to any desired countries whereby turning every member story into glory.

What make you feel, you fit in for the post of Anglican Grammar School Old Students Association (AGSOSA) Vice President 2 (Diaspora)?
I am the best candidate for the position as I uniquely possess the capability and capacity to bridge the gap within generations and impact positively on the perspective of the older and younger generation geared towards promoting the common good of the Association with my high level of commitment, experience and selfless service to all.

What are your Agenda for the Association if elected?
As a candidate for this sensitive position, I bring on board the following agendas: Integrity, Optimum performance, Oneness and mutually, Quality Service (with listening ears) to the people, social, environmental and economic development to the benefit and support of members home and abroad. Transformational development in general.

Talking about transformational development, how do you intend to achieve that for the Association?
In order to achieve transformational development, I will bring on board a forum of sharing experiences and challenges by preventing all forms of racism as well as promoting possible migration to any desired countries thereby transforming each story to glory. This can be achieve through complete change, good guidance, adaptability and esteem equality. Nevertheless, this point is quite deeper than my explanation here but we are definitely going to positively impact members with it if elected. Few members closed to me understand exactly what am talking a about here. We only know what we know sir.

What is your advice for other aspirants and how would you feel if not elected?
My advice to my fellow competitors is that we see the entire process as a forum and privilege to be voted for with the common goal of rendering service to the Association enhancing “Support and Togetherness”. Secondly, if am not elected, I will congratulate the winner and importantly appreciate classmates, AGSOSA for a given opportunity, stay calm and render my full support to the winner and encourage everyone to do so with full participation.






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