And its second and, unfortunately all too possible mission, would be to bury all the creativity and diversity of Aikido under a mountain of regulations and standards in order to make all Aikido "styles" as cookie cutter identical as possible. No thanks. We don't need to scrap the Aikikai in order to replace it with yet another useless bureaucracy.
I don't think that it's a given that accreditation = cookie cutter - after all look at the great variety of opinions and methods in higher education, all of which are accredited.
OTOH, I don't think it that likely a thing to actually happen.