Gallery


With British-born Sudanese billionaire, Mo Ibrahim, at The Oxford Union
With British-born Sudanese billionaire and philanthropist, Mo Ibrahim, at The Oxford Union. [Source: Personal Photo Collection]
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With award-winning international journalist, Nabila Ramdani, at the Divinity School, Oxford. [Source: Personal Photo Collection]
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With British Members of Parliament Diane Abbott and Meg Hillier at the launch of the All Party Parliamentary Group report on Nigeria at the House of Commons, London. [Source: Personal Photo Collection]
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With Member of Parliament Meg Hillier at the launch of the All Party Parliamentary Group report on Nigeria at the House of Commons, London. [Source: Personal Photo Collection]
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At the UNU-WIDER Conference on Inequality: Measurement, Trends and Impact. Helsinki, 5th September 2014. [Photo Credit: UNU-WIDER]
With Her Excellency, former President Tarja Halonen of Finland after our brief discussion on gender equality, at the UNU-WIDER Conference on Inequality. Helsinki, Finland, 6 September 2014
With Her Excellency, former President Tarja Halonen of Finland after our brief discussion on gender equality, at the UNU-WIDER Conference on Inequality. Helsinki, 6th September 2014 [Source: Personal Photo Collection]
With the BBC Hausa Service team including producers: Ahmed Abba, Mansur Liman, Aichatou Moussa, Alhaji Diori Coulibaly etc, after my participation in the Focus on Africa TV Programme. 24 September 2014
With the BBC Hausa Service team including producers: Ahmed Abba, Mansur Liman, Aichatou Moussa, Alhaji Diori Coulibaly etc, after my participation in the Focus on Africa TV Programme. London, 24 September 2014. [Source: Personal Photo Collection]
 PHOTOS FROM THE #BRINGBACK OUR GIRLS PROTESTS AND SIT-OUTS IN ABUJA

#BringBackOurGirls sit-out. 1st May 2014
#BringBackOurGirls sit-out. Abuja, 1st May 2014 [Source: Personal Photo Collection]
Prominent women's rights activist, Mrs. Maryam Uwais's thought-provoking T-shirt. 1st May 2014
Prominent women’s rights activist, Mrs. Maryam Uwais’s thought-provoking T-shirt. 1st May 2014. [Source: Personal Photo Collection]
The fiery, passionate and compassionate co-Founder and Coordinator of the #BringBackOurGirls movement, Dr. Obiageli Ezekwesili addressing protesters and senior Nigerian government officials. [Photo credit: Riverine News]
A school teacher from the Chibok community at the #BringBackOurGirls sit-out. Abuja, 1st May 2014. [Source: Personal photo collection]
A school teacher from the Chibok community at the #BringBackOurGirls sit-out. Abuja, 1st May 2014. [Source: Personal Photo Collection]
#BringBackOurGirls sit-out packed with protesters and some parents of the abducted Chibok girls. Abuja, 4th May 2014. [Source: Personal Photo Collection]
#BringBackOurGirls sit-out packed with protesters and some parents of the abducted Chibok girls. Abuja, 4th May 2014. [Source: Personal Photo Collection]
#BringBackOurGirls sit-out packed with protesters and some parents of the abducted Chibok girls. Abuja, 4th May 2014. [Source: Personal Photo Collection]
#BringBackOurGirls sit-out packed with protesters and some parents of the abducted Chibok girls. Abuja, 4th May 2014. [Source: Personal Photo Collection]
At the #BringBackOurGirls daily sit-out. Abuja, 10th May 2014. [Source: Personal Photo Collection]
At the #BringBackOurGirls daily sit-out. Abuja, Nigeria, 10th May 2014. [Source: Personal Photo Collection]
Chairing the panel on MDGs and Post-2015 Agenda at the Introduction to International Development Conference for the Oxford Forum for International Development. Oxford, 15 November 2014 [Source: OxFID Photo Gallery]
Chairing the panel on MDGs and Post-2015 Agenda at the Introduction to International Development Conference for the Oxford Forum for International Development. Oxford, 15 November 2014 [Source: OxFID Photo Gallery]
Chairing the panel on MDGs and Post-2015 Agenda at the Introduction to International Development Conference for the Oxford Forum for International Development. Oxford, 15 November 2014 [Source: OxFID Photo Gallery]
Chairing the panel on MDGs and Post-2015 Agenda at the Introduction to International Development Conference for the Oxford Forum for International Development. Oxford, 15 November 2014 [Source: OxFID Photo Gallery]
Chairing the panel on MDGs and Post-2015 Agenda at the Introduction to International Development Conference for the Oxford Forum for International Development. Oxford, 15 November 2014 [Source: OxFID Photo Gallery]
Chairing the panel on MDGs and Post-2015 Agenda at the Introduction to International Development Conference for the Oxford Forum for International Development. Oxford, 15 November 2014 [Source: OxFID Photo Gallery]
Presentation on Nigerian Elections and the Boko Haram Security Challenge(s) at Chatham House in London. 09 December 2014 [Source: Personal Photo Collection]
Presentation on Nigerian Elections and the Boko Haram Security Challenge(s) at Chatham House in London. 09 December 2014 [Source: Personal Photo Collection]
Alumni Dinner for the Nigeria Leadership Initiative (NLI) with Mr Olusegun Aganga, founder NLI and former Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Dr Yinka Oyinlola, NLI CEO, Dr Titi Banjoko, NLI Senior Fellow and others. London, 31 July 2015
Alumni Dinner for the Nigeria Leadership Initiative (NLI) with Mr Olusegun Aganga, founder NLI and former Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Dr Yinka Oyinlola, NLI CEO, Dr Titi Banjoko, NLI Senior Fellow and others. London, 31 July 2015 [Source: NLI Flickr]

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Presentation in the panel on country experiences at the conference on ‘New Industrial Policy: Overcoming the Extractives Trap’ in Antananarivo, Madagascar, 03-05 November 2015. Courtesy: FES Madagascar
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Facilitating a conversation with the world’s richest black man and Africa’s most well-known industrialist, Aliko Dangote, on ‘The Truth About Doing Business in Africa’, University of Oxford, 16 February 2016
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Discussing ‘China in Global Development: Perspectives from Africa’ at the School of Public Policy, Central European University on 29 February 2016, with Professor Chris Alden (LSE), Professor George Yu (Universith of Illinois Urbana-Champaign) and Dr Daniel Large (SPP-CEU). Budapest, Hungary. Credit: SPP-CEU Flickr
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21 thoughts on “Gallery

  1. A patriotic northerner and nigerian.Please gather all your types for special programmes on hausa services of BBC,VOA,DW and RFI to educate the mass and counter the likes of Dr.Jinadu and all the hausa-fulani moslem broadcasters of these international media houses, which are very popular in the north,and have become organs of religious/ethnic campaign for the hausa-fulani moslems.

  2. Salam Zainab. Thank you for this article. You have spared me a train ticket to London and the disappointment. Please add this company to your list if you can: YFR ltd (your fund raisers) they also have a website yfr.co.uk

  3. Zainab, if only our part never crossed i will keep wondering what inspires you. but i saw this part of you even while we were still tender and growing, you have always been exceptional. and most amazing thing is how you have always accepted people of other faith. you are a great writer. i adore your courage please keep it up

  4. May you see victory in all your activities, i really like your blog full of constructive write up, we are proud of you a muslim northerner, cheers

  5. Hello zainab! Am in such awe of you and have offically added your name to my role models list! As a 20 year old Nigerian woman, I try as much as possible to have faith in our country and not to give up on Nigeria! Thank you so much for inspiring me! God bless you real good! I hope you reply or send me an email. Onyewuakede@yahoo.com

  6. Maria Blanco – You really cannot complain Mr Aldrick! But neither can we… We have been super lucky to have you capture all this fun and mee!tmrnir! Must say, that Sunday was one of the happiest days of my life. X

  7. Hello, I think your website might be having browser compatibility issues. When I look at your blog site in Ie, it looks fine but when opening in Internet Explorer, it has some overlapping. I just wanted to give you a quick heads up! Other then that, great blog!

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