Fuad Mohammed, Rabiu Maude, to Speak at Maiden ZongoVation Hub Ramadan Lecture




The first annual ZongoVation Hub Ramadan Lecture & Iftar is on the theme Mobilizing Zongo Youth for Economic and Social Transformation: Lessons from the Quran and the Sunnah.

Speakers include Alhaji Rabiu Maude, President of the Zongo Inspiration Team, and Brother Fuad Mohammed, a Zongo youth development advocate. The chairman of the occasion is Alhaji Haruna Abdul Rashid.

About 150 participants are expected to be present at the event.

According to the main organizer, Mahmoud Jajah, the primary essence for organizing the lecture is to mobilize young change makers in our Zongo communities to transform our Zongo communities.

The lecture is scheduled to take place on Saturday June 1, 2019 from 4pm to 6.30pm at the Nima Maamobi Community Library, near the National Mosque on the Kanda Highway Way.

Speakers’ highlights

  • Fuad Mohammed Abubakar

Fuad M. Abubakar is currently the Principal Commodity Trader and Head of Crop Forecast at Cocoa Marketing Company Gh. Ltd (Cocoa board). He has a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Statistics from the University of Cape Coast and a Masters degree in Local Economic Development from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. Additionally, he has certificates in Climate Science & Weather Analysis, Bee Keeping Technology, Digital Marketing, Supply Chain Management and Project Monitoring & Evaluation.

  • Fadila A. Ahmad

Fadila is a Lifestyle entrepreneur, who travels and trades in commodities. During her weekends, she loves to work with communities on varying social and Economic empowerment projects. She’s the co-founder of Fainajs Express Ltd, a commodity and payment brokerage firm that facilitates trade for individuals and institutions in Ghana, Nigeria and the UAE.

She’s also a developmental consultants with youth organizations and NGOs in five West African countries, including Nigeria, Liberia, Côte D’Ivoire, Benin and Togo facilitating project partnerships and fundraising for varying social impact projects including health, education, sanitation, community empowerment and promotion of youth leadership development, access to justice, financial literacy and equal opportunity for all.

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