In Nigeria today, the challenge we have bedevilling the Nigerian society is not rooted in corruption or bad leadership but in attitude. Corruption and 'bad leadership' and many others like byproducts are of long term decadence. Definitely Nigeria of old had a culture of high moral attitude, values and standards handed us by our founding fathers and mothers that have been eroded by negligence and careless disposition. How do you explain attitude of a man who parks his car on a busy road in an open commercial path and at broad day light only to urinate at the tyre of his car while there are passersby? That isn't leadership problem! I saw the other day a driver finished a can of malt drink and dropped the unwanted can on a maintained clean road of Lekki - Ajah axis. I stepped up my car speed, caught up with him and asked him where his conscience was while he dropped the can? One impressive thing the man did was that: he was sober, remorseful and apologetic. There are so many value eroding acts being displayed in our society that are so numerous to mention here for lack of space and not to bore concerned readers.
Restorations of right attitude, morals, values and true conscience are at the centre of ARAQUNREEN CAMPAIGN. This campaign, through Right Attitude Initiative Networks(R.A.I.N), would use all mediums available, music, short movies and clips and materials to sensitise, educate, correct and NOT TO JUDGE an individual or the general public but to prick and revive our conscience to achieving desired moral standard.