President Bola Tinubu has appointed Hannatu Musawa as minister of Arts, Culture and Creative Economy. Until her appointment, she was Special Adviser on Culture and Entertainment Economy to the President.
Hannatu Musawa is a Nigerian Lawyer, politician and author. She was the deputy spokesperson and deputy director public affairs of the All progressives congress (APC) and secretary screening committee for APC presidential aspirants.
She graduated with a degree in Law from the University of Buckingham, UK. She has a postgraduate Master’s degree in the Legal aspects of Marine Affairs from the University of Cardiff wales.She also has a Master’s degree in Oil & gas from the University of Aberdeen.
Hannatu Musawa is a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme court of Nigeria, she is also a qualified solicitor in England & wales, UK. She is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. Hannatu has worked as a litigation lawyer and Legal advisor to a number of private companies including the law firm of Late Chief Clement Akpamgbo (former federation attorney general), and she temporarily supported Barrister Bala Na Allah with the Oputa Panel Human Rights Violation Commission.
As an activist, she was once on the prosecutors leading team in the 2003 presidential petition between Buhari and Olusegun Obasanjo. She has a long history of standing out for the rights of women and other people.
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