Abdulbaqi Aliyu Jari Abdulbaqi Usman Muhammad Muhammad Ladan Yahaya. Jari is a social media activists in Nigeria. Abdulbaqi Jari is a Hausa man of the 7 original Hausa state. Abdulbaqi Aliyu Jari is an opinion writer and have articles both in English and Hausa.
Abdulbaqi Aliyu Jari is a graduate of Bsc Biochemistry from the Usmanu Danfodiyo University Sokoto. Abdulbaqi Aliyu Jari holds two diplomas in Computer Science and in Law. He also have certificates in public health, ICT and History.
Abdulbaqi Aliyu Jari is a public speaker and commentator. More than 730 of his articles have been published on 100 newspapers national and international. Jari was a one time public relations officer of international students identity card, Nigeria office.
Notably, Ihame is one of the works of Abdulbaqi jari. In an interview with Arewa 24 television, Jari claimed it took him 3 years to complete his work on Ihame. Ihame are new symbols for writing Hausa promulgated by Abdulbaqi Jari and Professor Salisu Ahmad Yakasai. It was published in 3 journals, and 20 other national dailies. Abdulbaqi Aliyu Jari has over 1000 articles written by him.
AWARDS AND NOMINATIONS
Abdulbaqi Aliyu Jari is the recipient of the following awards;
*Most disciplined, (2013) Usmanu Danfodiyo University
*Distinguished Nigerian youths award (2010)
*Hausa Development medal
*Katsina state government scholarship (2009-2014) among many other awards.
*Abdulbaqi Aliyu Jari was nominated for the office of vice President inclusion and engagement, Common Wealth Youths Forum, but lost due to lack of proper qualifications.
*Abdulbaqi Aliyu Jari was nominated for the office of President National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) in 2014, but personally dropped out due to what many believed to be lack of finance, but he said it was because of the rough handling of the initial exercise.
Among the most vocal criticisms of Jari is about the bicameral setting of Nigeria’s legislature. Abdulbaqi agued that Nigeria does not need that amount of representation in a pseudo national federal establishment. Jari is a strong critic of bad governance, exclusion of youth in political processes, corruption and tribal divides.