Aisha as ‘Queen Amina’ of Buhari’s Presidency
Long before her recent exchange with the daughter of her in-law, Nigeria’s First Lady, Mrs. Aisha Buhari, had carved out her place in the hearts of Nigerians.
Northern Feminism: Subtle Lessons From Queen Amina
The words feminism and feminist is used throughout the world to champion the women’s right, emancipation, suffrage and against a patriarchal system in all facet of human society. The Feminist situation teemed with contradictions. But this phenomenon is only relevant to and has significance in the globalised conjuncture. Since the beginning of the feminist movement…
Manuel, Afolayan, Branch, Adeyemi set festive season on fire with Moremi The Musical
Queen Moremi Ajasoro is one of the most revered women in Yoruba history. Like other great Nigerian women of the past such as Queen Amina, Queen Idia, Efunseta Aniwura...
Queen Amina: The Real Strength In A Woman
Contrary to the belief that leadership in Africa has patriarchal roots, Queen Amina of Zaria negates the belief. Amina Mohamud was born in 1533 and died in 1610. She was the daughter of a ruler, Barkwa Turuntu. Her brother took over the throne after the demise of her father but he reigned for only 10years…