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Zaria Mimano Embraces New Task


Zaria-MimanoAlthough not a Nigerian, the Kenyan Zaria Mimano, who is of a Ghanaian mother and born and bred in the United Kingdom (UK) is a great lover of Nigeria and is connected and very conversant with our tenacious terrain.

The slim-built lady, who is in her early 30s and sits atop revolutionary oil concern, Aba Oil, is widely travelled, but frequents Nigeria because of her business concerns.

Despite having all at her beck and call to live life to the fullest, the Law graduate is rather a reserved one, who derives pleasure in being compassionate to the needy, just as she is always engaged in finding a way to solve problems.

A quote says if you judge people, you don’t have time to love them. Zaria gives no audience to what may have gotten people into unwanted conditions, rather she lends a helping hand.

This disposition made her to float a Foundation years back through which she has been aiding many around the world.

She also set up a non-governmental organisation (NGO) through which she has maintained a sublime focus and clarity on the needs of people, the most recent being her involvement as a visionary in a campaign to provide clean water to many around the globe.

Discharging her humanitarian services, Zaria may have embraced a new task through her Foundation, Zaria Mimano Foundation, as she has just gone in collaboration with the European Union (EU) and the United States (US) to ease the trouble of many, regarding the provision of clean water.

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