When it comes to feminine angle, there goes the saying that "What man can do, Woman can do even better".
But whatever the case may be, there exist many women in the world who comes out and plays a vital role in our lives. Among these unique women is the current Deputy Inspector General of Police, Aisha Abubakar.
Aisha Abubakar Baju (Sarauniyar Mambila) was born in 1971 in Adamawa and married to the king of Gembu in Taraba state. She joined the Nigerian police force in 1995. She studied at Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) Zaria from 1987 to 1994 graduating with a degree in veterinary medicine (DVN). She bagged her PhD from the University of Plymouth in 2007.
She joined the Nigeria Police Force as an ASP, after her service year in 1995 and was promoted to the rank of commissioner of police in 2016, and later this July 2020 promoted to the rank of Deputy Inspector General (DIG).
The BBC hausa reported that Aisha Abubakar, the Deputy Inspector General of the Nigeria Police Force, said she was terrified of the police when she was a child.
The second-highest-ranking woman from the north in the country's police force, added that her family had encouraged her to join the police force.
According to her, there is nothing that makes her laugh more than her children.
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