Tell us a little about yourself.
I was born in Surulere, Lagos State. I had my primary & secondary school education in Lagos, IJMB in Kwara for A’level and later moved to Abuja for my university education where I bagged a B.Sc in Biological Sciences. I had at a time, worked as a part-time lecturer at the Kwara State Polytechnic where I taught General Biology. I moved to France in 2015 due to marriage and currently living in Pennsylvania USA, nurturing my family and running a side business I do overseas.
Tell us about your Islamic journey.
Ma Sha Allah! I was born into a Muslim family with a great understanding of the Quran and Sunnah. Alhamdulillah Tahalah, I have lived by the teachings of the Quran and Hadith to the best of my ability. I am growing spiritually every day and may Almighty Allah never forsake me. Amin.
What have you learned from your religious experience?
If you do good, you do it for yourself and vice versa.
What is your favorite religious saying?
The Quran and the Hadith are the only certain consult in Islam.
What’s your favorite general saying?
Love all and trust no one. No worries.
Two words that describe you.
Disciplined and Courageous.
What’s the vision behind the group?
Most times when Islamic issues are discussed, the focus is always on the females (women, wives, mothers and daughters). They are expected to play their roles no matter the circumstance either good or bad. I’m looking forward to more informed Muslimahs around the world with at least basic understanding of the Quran & Sunnah of our beloved prophet (SAW) thereby making them aware of their rights and at the same time, being able to speak up when they are maltreated or needs help.