Draft:Ahmad Lemu

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"Sheikh Ahmed Lemu" was OON, OFR, (born 21-December, 1929), as "Ahmad tijjani Abubakar" in Lemu Gbako, State Niger Northern Nigeria. Presently Niger state of Nigeria.[1]

Ahmed Tijjani Abubakar

Born (1929-12-21) December 21, 1929 (age 89)
Lemu Gbako State, Northarn Nigeria
OccupationTeacher, Judge, Supervisor, Religious Pedegogue
Spouse(s)Aisha Bridget Lemu

Early life[edit]

His early education was in Quranic School in 1932-36 and then elementary school bida in 1939, then he moved to intermidiate school, currently now as Government College Lemu, there he obtained his intermediate school certificate year 1948. he later attend the School of Shari'a Law, currently now School of Arabic Studies Lemu, which he obtained Middle 1950 and the High in 1952, then Teacher Certificate Level Two in Arabic Language, of Islamic Studies and Shari'a Jurisdiction and General Education. In 1954 he attended London University, At UK, The School of African and Oriental Studies. He obtained the certificate of General Education Advanced Level in History, Arabic, Hausa and Persian Languages year 1961, then Bachelors Degree in African and Oriental Studies 1964, Dr. Lemu served almost entirely in education sector. He was firstly teacher of Arabic language, English language and Islamic studies at Government Secondary School Bida year 1953-60. And later promoted as senior teacher of Arabic Language and Islamic Studies Education, also supervisor at the School of Arabic Studies Kano,[2] Also he serves as Director of the school and Deputy Director of Government Secondary Education in 1965, Dean of Arabic Teachers College in 1966, Senior Inspector of Education in 1970 Chief Inspector Education of Sokoto, State in North Nigeria year 1971 - 73. Technical Director 1974-75, Director of Educational Planning 1975-76 in Niger State.

2009, he was appointed Consultant at Fountain University of Osogbo, Nigeria. Also major role in teaching education, Dr. Lemu also was Judiciary, first Shari'a judge at the Court of Appeals in Sokoto, Niger 1976 - 77 as Chief Shari'a Judge at the Court of Appeals in Niger State, 1976 - 1991 [3]


  1. ^ muhd ndagi html " history of sheikh lemu", dawa institute, 2014
  2. ^ official html " sheikh Dr lemu", KingFaizal prize, 2017
  3. ^ ndagi html " about Dr lemu" , allafrica, 2017

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