A lot has been said of the former Vice President of Nigeria, His Excellency, Abubakar Atiku, many have called him one form of name or the other. But there is one thing you can take from the man, his deep passion for Nigeria and a burning ambition to serve.Atiku can be said to be a political campaign veteran of sort. Many years ago, Yar Adua and 12 other so-called banned politicians were arrested and detained on December 2, 1991 for participating in politics despite having been banned. He was released on December 20, 1991 after 17 days in detention. He was free to participate in politics again, the government said.Most of his then associates, persuaded him to join the race for the presidency. He declared his interest on February 25, 1992 at City Hall, Lagos. He was one of the 50 presidential aspirants of the two parties that participated in the six-zone presidential primaries from May 2 to June 20, 1992. A young Atiku was Yar Adua's campaign coordinator then.This mini book will no doubt afford many the opportunity to know some less publicized part of Atiku, for example why the love for many wives and children?He defended his choice thus: "I wanted to expand the Abubakar family. I felt extremely lonely as a child. I had no brother and no sister. I did not want my children to be as lonely as I was. This is why I married more than one wife. My wives are my sisters, my friends, and my advisers and they complement one another,".While this book is not a commissioned project, the authors have gone a step further to talk about the man, his family, grass to grace story and his vision for his country.This is a book, worth reading.