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Miva Masterclass with Hon. Munirat Suleiman Tanimu

Miva Open University's Masterclasses are a hallmark of excellence, setting us apart from other academic institutions. These classes provide an unparalleled opportunity for students to engage with industry experts and accomplished professionals, bridging the gap between academic theory and real-world practice. By participating in these dynamic and thought-provoking discussions, students gain valuable insights that inspire a renewed commitment to academic and professional excellence.

Join us for an enlightening Masterclass with Hon. Munira Suleiman Taminu, Deputy Majority Leader of the Kaduna State House of Assembly, as she delves into the theme “The Role of Youth in Governance.” This Masterclass offers a unique opportunity to gain valuable insights into the significance of youth engagement in governance and the steps young individuals can take to make a positive impact in their communities.

During this Masterclass, you will:

  • Explore the importance of youth participation in governance and its impact on societal development.
  • Gain practical knowledge and strategies for effective youth engagement in governance processes.
  • Learn from Hon. Munira Suleiman Taminu’s experiences and expertise in governance and leadership.
  • Engage in an interactive Q&A session to seek clarification and gain further insights.

Don’t miss this chance to enhance your understanding of the role of youth in governance and empower yourself to be a catalyst for change in your community.

About the Speaker: 

Hon. Munira Suleiman Tanimu is an Entrepreneur, politician, a philanthropist and a proud mother of 3. She is presently the only female member-elect in the Kaduna State House Of Assembly, Lere East Constituency. 

Munira was born in Kaduna, Nigeria, and is one of the region’s prominent activists, with initiatives such as “Books Over Trays,” which she launched through her NGO, Green Heart Impact Foundation (GHIF) to liberate the “girl-child” from illiteracy. 

She has intellectually empowered hundreds of girls and their mothers, enabling them to develop businesses to support their families. As a philanthropist and women’s advocate, she has demonstrated beyond words that many lives may be touched, altered, and inspired, one girl-child at a time.

In a bid to prove that women can influence social change, economic development, and increase political value by inclusion in politics.

Munira made an entrance into politics in 2015 and 2019, where she contested for the Kaduna State House of Assembly seat, to represent the good people of Lere East constituency. Munira has refused to allow her gender to deter her from reaching unimaginable heights.

For her first degree, Munira proceeded to the University of Abuja to study Sociology, after which she went on to acquire a certificate in Leadership Communication from Harvard University and another certificate in Business Management from Lagos Business School. 

Munira defied standards by shattering the glass ceilings that have deterred some northern women from pursuing academic goals to make her imprint in the economic and political worlds, which were previously thought to be men’s domains.

As a business owner, she can bring fresh energy into public service. Coming from an ecosystem that is driven by the urgency to produce measurable results she is familiar with the need to see the progress of the nation.

Munira has won several plaudits, recognitions, and awards across the nation, in the Humanitarian category for her immense work in bridging the gap for the less privileged in society.

Munira is one example of a woman who has demonstrated that if educated, women may affect social change, create economic growth, and raise political value by participating in politics.

She has immense power to effect change and provide value to the nation. 

Munira is a woman that believes, every woman is gifted and talented in her own special way.

Date
Friday, March 8
– Friday, March 8, 2024
Time
3:00 PM
– 4:00 PM
Location
Physical, Online

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