Maryam Babangida

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A mụrụ oriakụ Maryam Babangida n'onwa Novemba n' afọ 1948. ọ bụ nwunye Jenaral Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida,onye isi ala obodo  Nigeria bido n'afọ 1985 rue n'afọ 1993. Jenaralụ a nwetara ọtutụ nkọtọ banyere mpụ na aghụghọ di n'ọchịchị ya mgbe ọ na achị. ọ  bụ ya bidoro ọnọdụ ana akpọ First Lady of Nigeria ma mee ya o kwụru chim.

Dika  first lady, O bidoro ọtụtụ ihe di iche iche iji nyere ụmụ nwaanyị aka. Ihe ndia mere ka "Maryam bụrụ onye ama ama ma na ewu ewu tumadi nihe gbasra mma ya, ekike ya na ebube ya, ọ bụ onodu a ka ọnọgidere tupu onwa a nakwa mgbe di ya rituru n'okwa .

Early years[mèzi | mèzi mkpụrụ]

A mụrụ Maryam King n'afọ1948 n' Asaba (present-day Delta State),ebe o gụrụ akwụkwọ praimari .  Nne na Nna ya bụ  Hajiya Asabe Halima Mohammed from the present Niger State, onye Hausa, na Leonard Nwanonye Okogwu onye Asaba, bụrụkwa onye Igbo.O mechara gaa na north na Kaduna n'ụlọ akwụkwọ sekọndiri nke  Queen Amina's College. Ka ọ guchara o nwetere orụ dika ode akwụkwọ na Federal Training Centre, Kaduna. O mechakwara nweta nzere diploma maka ode akwụkwọ site na  La Salle Extension University (Chicago, Illinois) nakwa asambodo na kọmputa sayensị site n'istitute NRC di na Lagos.

Ka onwa seputemba di n'mkpụrụ ụbọchị isii n'afọ 1969 tupu o rue aọ iri abuo na otu ọ lụrụ  Major Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida. Ha mụrụ ụmụ anọ. ụmụ nwoke abụọ  Mohammed na Aminu, na ụmụ nwanyi abuo  Aisha na Halima. ka di ya rigoro n'okwa onye isi ndi soja n'afọ 1983 dika Army Cheiff Maryam Babangida n'okwa nke buzi onye isi ndi nwunye ndi army ana akpọ  Nigerian Army Officers Wives Association (NAOWA). O gbara mbọ n'ọnodu a ruputa ulo akwụkwo di iche iche. ulo ogwụ, ebe ozuzu umu nwanyi nakwa ebe nledo ụmụ aka amụrụ oghu.

ufodu ihe na amasi ya bu oru ugbo. idozi ulo.egwu, egwuregwu squash,badmington, inyere ndi mmadu aka.na igu akwukwo.

First lady[mèzi | mèzi mkpụrụ]

When her husband became head of state in 1985, Maryam Babangida moved with her children into Dodan Barracks in Lagos. She had to arrange for considerable renovations to make the rooms more suitable for formal receptions. Dodan barracks was one of the key locations seized in the April 1990 coup attempt by Gideon Orkar against Ibrahim Babangida, who was present in the barracks when the attack occurred, but managed to escape via a back route.

Dika  First Lady nke Nigeria bido n'afọ 1985 ruo afọ1993, O tughariri onodu first lady a buruzia ihe butere mepe obodo ma na enyere na akwalite umu nwanyi . o bidoro otu a na akpo  Better Life Programme for RuralWomen n'afo 1987 nke a bidoro otu di iche iche dika  co-operatives, ulo oru mbiputa,oru ugbo, obere ulo ahia,ahia,ebe ozuzu umu nwanyi nakwa ebe nletena nchedo umunwanyi.   Maryam Babangida National Centre for Women's Development bidoron'afo1993 maka nchoputa,ozuzu nakwa nchikota umu nwanyi maka inyere onwe ha aka

O gbara mbọ ihu a umu nwanyi nwere ọnụ okwu nobodo. nke a mere o ji gaa hu nwunye onye isi ala ndi ozo iji gwa ha mkpa odi inyere ndi obodo aka.

Her book, Home Front: Nigerian Army Officers and Their Wives, published in 1988, emphasized the value of the work that women perform in the home in support of their husbands, and has been criticized by feminists.

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