Speaking at the Opening, Senator Ita-Giwa said the Fusion was going to serve meals that would take into consideration the well-being of whoever wants to eat. According to her, the restaurant is aimed at uniting all members of the society, hence the name, The Fusion. “This place is going to unite young and old, forward looking children, hardworking people and so on. “We are going to have food that will take your well-being into consideration. You will eat and have energy and look like I do at 70, still very energetic. I don’t have joint pain, no knee pain. “I am the only 70-year old that does the 12 km Carnival walk. So if you eat the Fusion food, you will be like Ita-Giwa. Everything here is measured. Like the salt here is sodium-free.
The oil here is cholesterol free. What I am serving here is what I eat and I like my life,” Ita-Giwa said. Among many dignitaries that graced the event were former Cross River State governor, Donald Duke; former Kano State governor, Rabiu Kwankwaso; and Kogi State Senator, Dino Melaye among others.