Hidden in the Savanna of Nigeria, abounded with rain forests, oil palm, and fertility; a flame lit an invigorating female empowerment, leadership, and competence. The light of her works continues to inspire and is practiced 153 years ensuing her death. Daughter of the Sokoto caliph, and named after Asma’ bint Abu Bakr, she is Nana …More
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Rima Chahrouk is a biomedical student from Sydney, Australia. She began studying and researching Islamic History as a child and enjoys writing about it. She enjoys history, poetry, photography and vanilla soy lattes.