3 edition of The story of Gambo Sawaba found in the catalog.
The story of Gambo Sawaba
|LC Classifications||DT515.83.S26 S45 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||155 p. :|
|Number of Pages||155|
|LC Control Number||91213479|
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Gambo was made the women’s leader for the Sabon Gari branch. For about three months, she left Zaria for Abeokuta to meet Funmilayo Kuti.
Sawaba had read about her exploits in Abeokuta and her struggle for women’s right in tax matters. Back in Zaria. the fear of political victimisation was widespread.
Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)Author: John P.
Barnard. During the second republic, Sawaba was a member of the Great Nigeria Peoples Party where she served as the deputy national chairman. In an era when females were expected to do very little more than cook and keep the home, Gambo Sawaba refused to keep quiet in. Hajia Gambo Sawaba (ta rayu 15 February – October ) takasance Yar'Nijeriya ce, kuma mai rajin kare Hakkin mata, yar'siyasa sannan kuma mai taimakon alumma ce.
Ta zama mataimakiyar shugaban jam'iyar Great Nigeria People's Party kuma an zabe ta shugaban mata na jam'iyar Northern Element Progressive Union (NEPU).Sana'a: activist.
Opinion - Since her death was announced early last week, there has been a massive outpouring of emotion across the country. That is an indication that Hajia Gambo Sawaba was. Hajia Gambo Sawaba – Story of The Woman Who Survived Forced Marriage at 13 to Become a Powerful Political Activist in The s.
Hajia Gambo Sawaba Hajia Gambo Sawaba was a Nigerian politician and activist who was well known for her charitable causes Read More». Hajia Gambo Sawaba () was a Nigerian politician and activist who was a supporter of the Northern Elements Progressive Union during the Nigerian First Republic.
She was one of the early members of NEPU in Zaria, then the party identified with the working class and poor and was manned by their main support base. Hajia Gambo Sawaba. Born Hajaratu Amarteifo to a Ghanaian father and Nupe mother on Februin present-day Niger State, Sawaba was the fifth child of her parents.
Being orphaned at a young age forced her to drop out of school and by the time she was 13 years old, she was already married off to a World War II veteran Abubakar Bello.
Born on the 15th of FebruaryGambo Sawaba was in the category of the pioneer women activists, philanthropist and politicians. Background: Early Life and Education Born to an immigrant Father of Ghanian Descent,-Isa Amartey Amarteifio, and a Nigerian mother of the Nupe tribe in Niger state.
Gambo’s mother, Fatima was already a widow with [ ]. Hajia Gambo Sawaba (15 February - October ) bu onye na agba mbo ihu na enyere umu nwanyi ikike n'ala Naijiria, onye ndọrọ ndọrọ ọchịchị na onye n'enyere ndi obodo aka Ọ jere ozi dị ka osoto onye isi oche nke Great Nigeria People Party.
Ahọpụtakwara ya dika onye ndú nke umu nwanyi na Northern Element Progressive Union (NEPU). The pictures of late Margaret Ekpo, late Gambo Sawaba and Funmilayo Kuti, three prominent Nigerian female activists are to be used on the new note, which is to.
Hajia Gambo Sawaba Activist Sawaba firced into marriage at the age of 16 came out of repression and sowed the seed for the on-going emancipation of African women from the African tradition Grace Alele Williams Academician.
Hajia Gambo Sawaba. Sawaba, despite low education, coming from the northern part of Nigeria where women are least encouraged and their education neglected, and forced into early marriage at struggled through all these obstacles to emerge as a sweet, dynamic, independent political activist helping to educate many people.
The racial term “Sambo” first came to prominence in modern American culture with the publishing of Harriet Beecher Stowe’s anti-slavery book, Uncle Tom’s Cabin.
However, the origin of the term reaches back to the s according to some scholars, and there is evidence the name is a variation of a West African name as well. Kaduna — A foremost Northern human rights activist and politician, Hajia Gambo Sawaba, is dead, aged 71 years. She died at about on Sunday at the Ahmadu Bello universtiy Teaching Hospital.
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Gambo-Sawaba-Funmilayo-Ransome-Kuti-and-Margaret-Ekpo Posted on September 7. Hajiya Gambo Sawaba was born on February, 15 to Chairman father and a Nupe mother. Before writing this piece I had transverse the family home of Hajiya Gambo located in Sabon Gari Zaria. Gambo’s junior brother and only male of the Amartey family fondly called Baba Amartey was full of eulogies of my person.
This study traces the history of the Sawaba movement in Niger and its rebellion against the French-protected regime during the s. Tracing the story from a social history perspective, the book places an entire generation of activists, removed from the offical record, back into mainstream Nig‚rien history.maternity record of Gambo Sawaba General Hospital Zaria.
Photo credit: Nigeria Health Watch. The Federal Ministry of Health (FMoH) collaborated with the Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics of Nigeria (SOGON) and Evidence for Action (E4A) to produce the Nigeria National Guideline for Maternal and Perinatal Death Review and Response as far back as to guide the implementation of Author: Bashar Abubakar.
Hassan Mohammed, a Publicist told NAN that it would be nice if Nigerian animation movies were produced depicting historical heroes like Queen Amina, Margaret Ekpo, and Gambo Sawaba among others.