Tell us a little about yourself.
I am a native of Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State, Nigeria. I attended the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State where I had Bachelor of Science in Water Resources Management & Hydrology. I later proceeded to the University of Ibadan and bagged M.Sc in Public Health & Environmental Engineering. I am a Public Health Environmentalist by career, a Proofreader & Editor by passion.
Tell us about your Islamic journey.
I was born into a Muslim home but I got keenly interested in Islam during my undergraduate days. I am still on the strive to become a better Muslimah.
What have you learned from your religious experience?
Islam is a path that encompasses all aspects of living as mankind. In Islam, I found a genuine connection with my creator.
What is your favorite religious saying?
Islam is against oppression in any form. Such conduct is not representing Islam.
Two words that describe you.
Calm and Blunt.
What’s the vision behind the group?
The vision is to trigger high self-worth and self-esteem in Muslim women. You can have a voice, achieve a lot and be heard which does not in any way deter motherly and wifely duties as religiously expected.