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Alkebullan Tranquiler Ornate Mega Group (ATOM)

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Alkebullan Tranquiler Ornate Mega (ATOM) , is an African multi-national investment Management company based in Calabar, Nigeria. It is registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission, Nigeria (CAC), and Economic and Financial Crimes Commission - Special Control Unit Against Money laundering (SCUML). It was founded and positioned for the transformation of the African economy. The company is focused on diverse economic and political structures and partners with investors, financiers, pan-African organizations, civil society groups, and individuals to foster the economic rise of the continent and the World at large.

Alkebullan Tranquiler Ornate Mega Group (ATOM)
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Private company limited by shares
IndustryInvestment Management
Founded 📆2021
Founder 👔
Headquarters 🏙️,
Area served 🗺️
Number of employees
📇 Address
📞 telephone


There are 4 founders of the Company; Mr. Patrick Emmanuel (Chief Executive Director), Mr. Danso Ababio Osono-Bonsu, Dr. Alhaji Abubarkar Kalin Suleiman, and Dr. Seth Ntim Agyarko. The promoter of the company is Mr. Patrick Emmanuel.[1]


The company ATOM Group was founded in 2021, and incorporated into the corporate affairs commission on the 29th of October, 2021.[2] ATOM is a holding company (any corporation that owns controlling shares in another company (subsidiary) or companies (subsidiaries) to influence the decision-making process) that owns over 9 subsidiary companies operating in Africa.

The group's establishment was birthed from the vision of bringing the Pan-African dream to a reality. Pan-Africanism is an ideology and movement that encouraged the solidarity of Africans worldwide and is based on the belief that unity is vital to economic, social and political progress and aims to ‘unify and uplift’ people of African descent.[3] This sense of interconnected pasts and futures has now taken many forms but was initially focused on creating political institutions. Pan-Africanists believe that all black people are bound together and can only achieve true liberty in unity.[4]

Sub-Saharan Africa, home to more than 1 billion people, half of whom will be under 25 years old by 2050, is a diverse continent offering human and natural resources that have the potential to yield inclusive growth and eradicate poverty in the region. With the world's largest free trade area and a 1.2 billion-person market, the continent is creating an entirely new development path, harnessing the potential of its resources and people.[5]


ATOM Group envisions a long-standing aspiration to transform Africa's economic, social, and political sectors, and to create policies and initiatives focused on African development and the World at large.

Some of the prevalent issues militating against the progress of Africa despite its abundance of natural resources include the importation of products and dependence on foreign policies for survival. Food aid imported to combat famines depressed prices for local farmers. The unrest led to little investment in infrastructure; In total, 625 million people are live without power in sub-Saharan Africa alone – which is 68 percent of the population.[6] Though Africa has abundant mineral and energy sources, few Africans have gained from exports of those materials. Some economists have even debated that reliance on natural resources does more damage than profit - a phenomenon they call "the resource curse".[7]

The Company also visions how to strategically strengthen and frontline a systematic economy driven by technology innovations and reform educational policies as well as provide a substantial developmental agenda on engineering policies and initiatives to utilize the natural, mineral, and human resources fully. It brings together dynamic policymakers, entrepreneurs, financiers, and all stakeholders of the African economy to have a common mission of transforming the continent and the World at large.

Subsidiary companies[edit]

Subsidiary Companies
Firm Funds Appropriation[8] Sector
Alkebullan Food Resource and Security Agenda (AFRSA) 7.6% Agriculture
Futuristic Institute 8.4% Education
Hitchtale 5.3% Real Estate
TRONET 1.4% Technology
African Heritage Multimedia (AHM) 3.9% Media and Entertainment
Transport and Logistics Services (TLS) 0.09% Transport and Logistic
Alkebullan Bank 3.8% Banking
Universal Business Alliance (UBA) 0.1% Finance
NGO 1.01% NGOs

External links[edit]

Official Website


  1. "About | ATOM".
  2. "CAC - Nigerian Corporate Registry". Retrieved 20 September 2022.
  3. Adi, Hakim (2018). Pan-Africanism : a history. London: Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN 978-1474254274. Search this book on
  4. "The Pan-African Vision". Forever Africa. 28 February 2019. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  5. "Overview". World Bank. 13 April 2022. Retrieved 20 September 2022.
  6. Parke, Phoebe (1 April 2016). "Why are 600 million Africans still without power?". CNN. International Energy Agency. Retrieved 20 September 2022.
  7. Smialek, Jeanna; Kearns, Jeff (22 September 2016). "Investing in Africa". Retrieved 20 September 2022.
  8. "Appropriation Of Funds". Retrieved 20 September 2022.

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