Meet Dr Jamila Bio Ibrahim, President Tinubu’s Minister of Youth Nominee? Age: 37

As She She Becomes The Youngest Minister And First Female Minister Of Youth

By The Nigerian Voice
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Dr Jamila Bio Ibrahim (Minister Of Youths Nominee )

Dr. Jamila Bio is:
- Medical doctor, politician, and development practitioner

- Public servant and advocate of United Nations Global Goals

- Former Senior Special Assistant to the Governor of Kwara State on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

- Daughter to Ibrahim Isa Bio, Fmr Minister of Sports (Goodluck Jonathan), Fmr Transport Minister (Yar Adua), Fmr Member Federal HoR, and Fmr 2-term speaker Kwara House of Assembly

JAMILA BIO, The Leader
- National President of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) Young Women Forum (APC PYWF)

- Past roles as Senior Special Assistant on Health matters to the Governor of Kwara State

JAMILA BIO, The Humanitarian
- Volunteered in the northeast region of Nigeria under The Presidential Committee on the NorthEast initiative

- Supported vulnerable and internally displaced persons in the region

- Volunteered on the campaign trail for Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq in the 2019 general election

JAMILA BIO, The advocate
- Advocate for the emancipation of women and youth in society

- Promotes social and economic development through active participation in socio-political activities

- Focused on grassroots leadership and mentorship for young women and men

- Clean Nigeria Ambassador award for contributions in the Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene sector

- UN Peace Ambassador award by the International Association of World Peace Advocates

- Distinguished honorary award for contributions to Education and SDGs supported by UNESCO Nigeria

- Represented Nigeria and Kwara State as a speaker on international platforms like the United Nations and the African Union

JAMILA BIO, her passions.
- Passion for horses and horseback riding with over a decade of horseback riding experience

- Uses horseback riding and polo to challenge societal barriers against women and girls' participation in such sports

- Aims to inspire more young girls and women to take up horse riding for leisure and as a profession.