Dr Maimuna Abdulkareem Halliru
Profession: Medical Practitioner
Marital status: Married
Hobbies: Reading novels, cooking, shopping, listening to music
Achievements: Wife, mother, consultant radiologist (FMCR, FWACS)
Asma'u Abubakar Mukhtar
Education: Bayero University Kano, B.A Mass Comm.
Working Experience: Worked with Guarantee Trust Bank for 16years.
Presently housewife and businesswoman.
Hobbies: Watching movies, cooking, gardening, traveling, etc.
Rahanatu Adamu Kakudi
Rahanatu Kakudi is a lecturer teaching biology at the federal college of education Kano, wife and mother of four. She also thought at Kano school of hygiene and health sciences. Currently pursuing a Ph.D. in environmental biology, she obtained her first degree in Applied Biology at Bayero University Kano (B.U.K) then a masters in environmental management followed by a masters in Applied Biology with specialisation in environmental biology at B.U.K.
Rahanatu kakudi was actively involved in union activities were she was the parliamentary secretary for the house of assembly of the student Union government during her undergraduate years and held several positions as a member of different associations. In addition, she worked with NGOs as a volunteer such as youth society for the prevention of infectious diseases (YOSPIS) and family health international (FHI) still as an undergraduate.
Currently, Rahanatu is engaged with NGOs such as Federation of Muslim women association (FOMWAN) as a member of the health committee) and world health organization (WHO). Through participation, she has acquired skills in advocacy, community mobilisation and data collection. Proud to be part of Save a life cancer awareness and support network team as the co-founder and project manager, she hopes to put in all her skills and expertise in order to create awareness in support of early detection to save lives.
She enjoys playing chess and baking for leisure.
Dr. Maryam Nasir AliyuDr. Maryam Nasir Aliyu acquired her MBBS at Bayero University, Kano. She is currently pursuing her postgraduate studies at Near East University, Cyprus.
She has worked at Murtala Muhammad Specialist Hospital, Muhammad Abdullahi Wase Specialist Hospital and Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital. She teaches Human Anatomy to Undergraduate students at Northwest University Kano.
Her interest in empowering African women and youth made her join Ripples Foundation, for which she is the Medical Coordinator for Northern Nigeria.
She’s also the International Internship Supervisor for Ripples Foundation UK and USA and Field Instructor Washington University, St Louis, Missouri.
Dr. Maryam has always been a champion for women’s issues. With the increasing incidence of breast and cervical cancer, the average village woman suffers in silence. Most of them believe that cancer is as a result of spiritual attack. This made Dr. Maryam join hands with SALCASUN to help raise awareness of these preventable and treatable cancers. Early detection is key in bringing an end to the menace of cancer that afflicts women today.
In her spare time, Dr Maryam does photography and cooking. She has co-founded the Mavens Institute to train young people in Photography and Cooking.
She loves reading and traveling.
She’s a wife and a mother of 2 princes and a princess.