Hajiya (Dr) Aisha Bala Mohammed

Founder Al-Muhibbah Foundation

Hajiya (Dr) Aisha Bala Mohammed  is the Founder of Al-Muhibbah Foundation.  She is the wife of the Executive Governor of Bauchi State, Senator Abdulkadir Bala Mohammed, CON, (Kauran Bauchi).

She is a mother, grandmother and a philanthropist of note.

Her philanthropy stems from her religious philosophy of charity and helping others

who are less privileged.

This humanitarian spirit in her compelled her to establish the

Al-Muhibbah Foundation (AMF) a Non-Governmental Organization.

Through this NGO, Hajiya Aishatu Bala Mohammed has been able to formalise her dreams and aspiration of helping the vulnerable and less privileged.

Hajiya Aishatu Bala Mohammed is recognized and appreciated within and outside the country, Nigeria due to her humanitarian efforts. 

Her numerous humanitarian activities have long being in existence, long before even the existence of Al-muhibbah foundation. She has helped women, children, within and outside her family, community and locality at large.

Encouraged self reliance, participated in micro scale businesses, empowered grassroots community associations in her native town of Alkaleri, all the way today to her adopted city of Abuja and outside Nigeria.

Hajiya (DR) Aisha Lami Bala Mohammed, was born on the 7th of May 1968 in Alkaleri Local Government Area of Bauchi State in the North Eastern part of Nigeria.

 

Hajiya Aisha Mohammed grew up in a loving and deeply religious family; And indeed she has a good personality.

She met and married her husband, the distinguished; Senator Bala Mohammed kaura in an early age and over the years the couple raised a beautiful family.

Hajiya Aisha obtained the basic education of that time when she got married, Hence, she was determined not to let the rigors of motherhood deter her from continuing her education.

 

After the birth of her third child, she enrolled at the Junior Secondary School Garki one of the numerous public schools in the FCT and on completion, proceeded to the Senior Secondary School Tudun Wada, Wuse, Abuja.

Not satisfied with secondary school education, Hajiya Aisha Mohammed with great zeal and determination proceeded to the University of Abuja where she secured her first degree in Public Administration.

She received several awards and recommendations including chieftain titles.

 

 

AWARDS, TITLES AND HONOURS

Philanthropy Award

By the Nigerian Philanthropy Awards in recognition of the Humanitarian Interventions carried out by her NGO, Al-Muhibbah Foundation.

Best Human Capital Builder

Awarded by International Leadership and Management Development Summit ILMD, Durban, South Africa.

Humanitarian Services Award

By the Nigerian Association of Women Journalists (NAWOJ).

 

Inter Faith Leadership Award

By the Joint Faith Peace Initiative, Abuja.

 

Life Fellowship Award

By the Nigerian Federation of Muslim Women.

 

Honorary Doctor of Arts Degree.

Awarded by Ahfad University for Women, Khartoum Sudan.

 

Award of Honor in recognition of outstanding support for Islam and Humanity.

By Muslim Corpers Association of Nigeria (MCAN) Abuja.

 

National Award on Peace Living and Youth Development

By Jamaatu Shababuddaawa Wattarbiyya, Bauchi State branch.

Award for Excellence in Service to Humanity

By National Union of Journalist FCT Chapter.

Award for Peace

By UFUK Foundation, Turkey. 

TRADITIONAL TITLES AND AWARDS

Sarauniyar Bauchi

(Queen of Bauchi)

 

Garkuwan Matan Juwa

(Protector of the women of jiwa Community)

Gimbiyar Alkaleri

(The princess of Alkaleri town).

Gimbiyar Bununu

(The princess of Bununu town).

Gimbiyar Jahunawa

(The princess of Jahunawa town).

Uwar Marayu/Almajirai

(The Mother of Orphans/Almajirai )

 

Yarmowan Turum

Kulumar Gwagwado

Wakiliyar Jitar

(Representative of jitar)

 

Jarumar Kasar Duguri

(The Warrior of Duguri town)

Jarumar  Sade

(The Warrior of Duguri )

 

Jarumar Zuba

(The Warrior of Zuba).

Sarauniyar Bwari, Sagin Yaba

(The Queen of Bwari, Sagin Yaba).

Award of Excellence as Ummul Masakeen

( In Appreciation and recognition of outstanding contribution toward women empowerment, Girl Child Education ).