A Nigeria for all

Our Mission

A video about NIP.

The National Interest Party (NIP) is designed to mainly function online. Ours is an open democracy! Party decisions and elections will be conducted online allowing significant participation of members irrespective of physical location. We will welcome to our esteemed Leadership Cadre, at least 50,000 quality Nigerians from every part of the country, no matter in what part of the world they reside. We will welcome all Nigerians of voting age, particularly those who consistently use social media to express their displeasure with our government(s). Many hold valid voter’s cards but rarely vote. We aim to change that. NIP will find, admit, encourage and support quality leaders to whom we can confidently entrust the development and long-term sustenance of our platform and our country. We will help them contest and win elections, and/or get appointed into public office, and assign to them, the roles of mentors and counsellors to the rest of us.

Platform Highlights

  • Compulsory Early Education

    Compulsory free primary education, and compulsory high quality secondary school education for every Nigerian child.

  • Student Loans

    Access to low cost loans to fund all forms of tertiary education for qualified young adults in Nigeria.

  • Youth and Women

    Massive emancipation drive to educate and encourage youth and women participation in politics and governance.

  • Vocational Studies

    Massive investments in vocational schools especially in relation to the development of the sports, leisure, and entertainment industries.

Meet Our People

  • Eunice Uche Atuejide

    National Chairman

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    Eunice Uche Atuejide

    National Chairman

    About

    Atuejide born in Lagos, hails from Ukehe, Igbo Etiti LGA of Enugu State. Atuejide holds multiple tertiary qualifications in law, business administration, and languages. She is qualified to practice law in Nigeria and the UK. Atuejide has so far studied, worked, lived in, and/or visited more than 70 countries, and can speak at least six different Nigerian and international languages. Atuejide’s formal education and experiences relating with different people and cultures around the world greatly informed the decision to form NIP; the implementation process that birthed NIP as the world’s first online political party; and the design of the web presentation of the platform. Atuejide is also the C.E.O. of EB Consults Ltd, a company which helps clients worldwide conceptualise, develop, and maintain complex web presence, and which connects lucrative projects with investors and lenders across the globe.

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    08144246272

    eunice.atuejide@nationalinterestparty.com

  • Victor Nkemjika Nwankwo

    National Media & Publicity Secretary

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    Victor Nkemjika Nwankwo

    National Media & Publicity Secretary

    About

    Nwankwo is from Umuneochi LGA of Abia State. Nwankwor completed his Bachelor of Laws degree at University of Ghana in 2015 and immediately joined the 2015/2016 set at the Nigerian Law School to undertake the compulsory one year professional training course required to enrol and practice law in Nigeria. He was called to the Nigerian bar in 2016, after which he completed his one year of service with Marcel Oru and Co. in Abuja. Prior to returning to Nigeria, he interned with Oando Oil Ghana and currently practices with Masterson Solicitors in Portharcourt, Rivers State.

    Contact

    09095117789

    victor.nwankwo@nationalinterestparty.com

  • Sotonye M. Thompson

    Deputy National Women Leader

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    Sotonye M. Thompson

    Deputy National Women Leader

    About

    Thompson hails from Asari Toru LGA of Rivers State. In 2008 Thompson bagged a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Language, from the University of Waterloo, Ontario Canada. She added and LLB (Hons) in Law at the University of Sussex in the United Kingdom in 2015 and immediately moved back to Nigeria to join the 2015/2016 set at the Nigerian Law School to complete the compulsory Bar Professional Training Program required for legal practice in Nigeria. Thompson amassed experience in various aspects of law working with Principles Law Partnership in Abuja, Aguma & Co, Legal Practitioners, Trainers, Mediators and Conciliators, and Dikko & Mahmoud Solicitors & Advocates before returning to the UK to complete her LLM in Human Rights, at the Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom.

    Contact

    08095384115

    sotonye.thompson@nationalinterestparty.com

  • Mathew Ogede Okpako

    Deputy National Welfare Secretary

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    Mathew Ogede Okpako

    Deputy National Welfare Secretary

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    Okpako is from Yala LGA or Cross River State. Okpako graduated with a Bachelor degree in Social Work from the University of Calabar, Cross River State in 2014. Prior to and following his completing formal education, Okpako was deeply involved with community service and development programs. Consistently engaging with young people in Cross River State, proffering solutions to daily struggles, teaming up with charities and agencies that seek to bring relief to the downtrodden.

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    08064233888

    mathew.okpako@nationalinterestparty.com


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