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INSPIRING AFRICAN MUSLIM WOMEN BLOGGERS

February 23, 2018
INSPIRING AFRICAN MUSLIM WOMEN BLOGGERS

Hello everyone. MUSLIMWERS is back and I’m sorry it didn’t come up as promised last week but hey, it’s back and even better.

So, I got some really good feedback about this movement/project. Especially how inspiring it has been to some people. Thus, I decided to do something new.

I took it beyond the shores of Nigeria! MUSLIMWERS is now an African thing because there many hardworking African Muslim Women who are doing well in their fields and you might just be inspired.

Don’t stop reading because you don’t want to miss the bio I have compiled for you. It is WOMEN, BLACK, AFRICAN, our own WAKANDA – BLACK PANTHER; our #MUSLIMWERS.

WARNING: If you’re not ready for a fuel of inspiration, don’t go further but who are we without inspiration?

Of course, there are women you don’t get to come across their page every day. But, you should because you need their stories to inspire yours. So I went round Africa to bring them to you.

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Layinka Sanni is a Certified NLP Practitioner and Founder of Evolve & Emerge. She works with heart-centered Muslim women like you who dedicate so much of yourself to and for others that you’ve lost sight of who you really are.

She is a certified Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) practitioner who is skillful at assisting women like you to tap into greater possibilities within you, so you go from stagnation to living with intentional purpose and direction as your truest self.

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Hamdiya Hamid is the founder of MssDeee, a blog aimed towards taking you through her little world of fashion and style. Most especially to ladies who want to look good and slay on a budget!

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Mahmoudat is a 21-year Accounting and Finance Student at LSE based in London. Born and raised in Nigeria, Muslim Girl Journal blog is the public extension of herself – home to her thoughts turned words and reflections on politics, religion, literature and social issues.

Muslim Girl Journal is simply a space where she documents her continued journey towards self development and growth.

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Ganiyat, a young professional Muslim woman with a passion for living well and giving back. Asides being a project manager, she is always a style enthusiast always.

She has always been fascinated by the Japanese culture, particularly how the samurai warriors are depicted. Their discipline, strength, code of conduct and unique style has always kept her intrigued, which was why she coined herself the nickname ‘samurai hijabi’.

Her blog, “Samurai Hijabi” is a holistic concept for style and character building.

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Maryam Salam is the founder and chief-editor of Thebloggerpoint.com. She studied BA Fashion Marketing and Branding Degree (Business Dev.) at Nottingham Trent University, the UK in 2016 and currently completing her MSc degree in Entrepreneurship & International Business.

The Blogger Point is an online platform and influencer agency established in 2016 with the aim to help bloggers grow. It started just as a platform to connect brands and bloggers together. Today, they offer more value and information beneficial both to bloggers and brands across Nigeria.

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Hafsah Muhammed (Hafymo) is a twenty-something years lady from Nigeria. Her blog is a place where honest reviews meet informative content with little light-hearted fun. Her long content includes fashion, faith, beauty, and lifestyle.

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Ameenah, is a 24-year old who finds solace in empowering people founded a blog known as “AmexaWrites”. As a young married Muslim, Nigerian-Irish woman, she plans to touch on the different aspects of her life, the struggles, and happiness that may come with those aspects. In doing this, she hopes to help somebody else out there.

All she wants is that her posts leave you feeling empowered and connected.

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Aminat OdunEwu-Seese is the founder and owner of Striving For Modesty. Originally from Lagos, Nigeria but raised in Chicago, Aminat noticed how difficult it was to find modest clothes that fitted properly on women who were tall and slim as well as the rarity of finding actual jilbabs in the US.

This realization coupled with her natural entrepreneurial spirit is what gave birth to Striving For Modesty. Thankfully, she didn’t want to only cater to tall or slim women but women of all body types. This is why SFM carries petite, long and plus sizes. Everyone is served!

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Official Hijabi is a Muslimah Lifestyle Media Platform. (TV, WEB, MAG). They are a pacesetter and flag-bearer for promoting modesty in the modern lifestyle of today & inspiring females, both young and old, in the Diaspora. They take each individual on a journey of self discovery, development, and expression of their individualism.

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Taofeeqah Soluoku-Raji is the founder of FolasFolio, a platform where shares her experience about pregnancy, motherhood, parenting, and other life-related events. Being a young mum in her early 20s, she discovered that sharing succinct tips on issues like this would help lots of other young people out there.

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WOW right, I know! We have so many Africans in diaspora doing so well; and even “Queening” in their respective areas. Therefore, why don’t you subscribe to get a notification when next week’s series of MUSLIMWERS come live on the blog.

Remember, it’s going to be a new collection of super women, and it gets better. Hopefully, you derive benefits from this.

Love, Sekinat Sanni.

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3 Comments

  • Reply idayat February 23, 2018 at 7:06 pm

    This is such a good post, thanks for bringing attention👌🏾

  • Reply Mahmoudat February 28, 2018 at 9:06 pm

    This is so kind! Barakh’Allahu Feeki sis 💕💕💕

    • Reply Sekinat March 1, 2018 at 12:46 pm

      Aameen. Thank you very much ❤️

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