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Aisha Muhammed-Oyebode

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Aisha Muhammed-Oyebode
Rayuwa
Haihuwa 24 Disamba 1963 (60 shekaru)
Sana'a

Aisha Muhammed-Oyebode (An haife ta a ranar 24 ga watan Disamba na shekara ta 1963) lauya ce ta ƙasar Najeriya, ƴar kasuwa, marubuciya, mai fafutuka kuma mai ba da agaji.[1] A halin yanzu ita ce babban jami'ar zartarwa ta Asset Management Group Limited kuma babban jami'ar zartarwa ta Gidauniyar Murtala Muhammed . [2]

Rayuwa ta farko da ilimi

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Aisha Muhammed-Oyebode ita ce ta farko cikin yara shida [3] da marigayi Janar Murtala Ramat Muhammad, ya bari a duniya, tsohon Shugaban Najeriya. Mahaifiyarta ita ce Ajoke Murtala Muhammad . An kashe mahaifin Aisha Muhammad-Oyebode lokacin da take ƴar shekara goma sha biyu.[4]

Aisha Muhammed-Oyebode ta gama karatun sakandare a kwalejin Sarauniya dake garin Legas . [5] Ta yi karatun shari'a a Jami'ar Buckingham, Burtaniya, kuma tana da digiri na LLB Honors . Digiri na biyu a fannin shari'a shine a fannin Shari'ar Jama'a ta Duniya daga Kwalejin Sarki, Jami'ar London kuma tana da MBA a fannin Kuɗi daga Kwaleji ta Imperial, London.[6] Tana da digiri na biyu daga Jami'ar SOAS ta London .

Aisha Muhammed-Oyebode tana gudanar da aikin matasa na ƙasa a Ma'aikatar Harkokin Waje a Legas tsakanin shekara ta (1988) da kuma shekarar (1989).[7] Ta fara aikinta a kamfanin Ajumogobia, Okeke, Oyebode & Aluko a Legas a shekarar (1989). A shekara ta (1991), ta kafa Asset Management Group Limited, kamfanin ci gaban ƙasa.[1][7]

Aisha Muhammed-Oyebode ta yi aiki a cikin kwamitin ƙungiyoyi daban-daban, gami da aiki a matsayin Shugaban Kwamitin Amintattun Ƙungiyar Tsoffin Ɗalibai ta Unity School . [8] Ta kuma kasance darakta mai zaman kanta na Bankin Diamond Najeriya.[9] A cikin shekara ta (2017), an naɗa ta a matsayin memba na kwamitin jagorancin mata na Shirin Manufofin Jama'a a Makarantar Harvard Kennedy, Cambridge, Massachusetts . [10] Sauran membobin kwamitin sun haɗa da Shugaban Kwamitin, Lekoil Nigeria Limited da kuma Shugaban Kwamitin، Gidauniyar NEEM . [2][11]

Ayyukan jin kai / gwagwarmaya

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Aisha Muhammed-Oyeboden ta samar da Gudauniyar Murtala Muhammed a shekara ta (2001).[12] An sawa gidauniyar sunan mahaifinta marigayi,[12] and works on social and security issues in the northern states of Nigeria.[13][14]

A matsayinta na mai fafutuka, Aisha Muhammed-Oyebode tana daga cikin ƙungiyar Bring Back Our Girls Movement, ƙungiyar da ta yi kira ga dawo da ƴan makarantar Chibok 276 daga hannun ƴan ta'adda na Jihar Borno, Najeriya suka sace daga Ƙaramar Hukumar Chibok a watan Afrilun shekara ta 2014.[15][16] [17][18]

Bayanan littattafai

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Aisha Muhammed-Oyebode ita ce marubuciyar "The Stolen Daughters of Chibok," wani littafi da ke rubuta tambayoyin sirri daga 152 daga cikin iyaye / dangi na ƴan makaranta Chibok 276 da aka sace. [19]

Kyaututtuka da karɓuwa

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Shekara Bikin Kyautar Kyautar Sakamakon
2016 Sabon Kyautar Mata ta Afirka Sabuwar Jama'ar Mata ta Afirka An ƙaddamar da su [20]
2019 Kyautar Gidauniyar Ilimi ta Najeriya Jonathan F. Fanton Jagora a cikin Kyautar Ilimi An girmama shi [21]

Rayuwa ta mutum

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Aisha Muhammed-Oyebode ta auri Gbenga Oyebode, [6] lauya kuma co-kafa Aluko & Oyebode. [22] Tana da 'ya'ya uku.

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