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Obisakin Christianah Busayo

About Me: 

I was born into a family of nine, 44years ago.My illiterate parents had 7 children, 6girls and a boy. I had primary, secondary and tertiary education.I was a guildance counsellor in secondary school for 18 years where i was exposed to series of cases violence against women and girls. I later moved to Osun State University, Osogbo and was the Student Affairs Officer Of the university for a year. I later moved to my present place of work, Obafemi Awolowo University as a Guildance Counsellor in the Counselling unit of the Division of Students' Affairs of the university. I have handled cases of rapes, physical assault of female students from their male counterpart, sexual harassment etc. I am the representative of my division at the Center For Gender Equality andSocial Policy of the university

My Passions: 
My passion is that this world be made safe for women and girls
My Challenges: 
It is a serious challenge that, despite the crying all over the world that violence against women and should stop, you still hear almost everyday of cases of maltreatment or the other of women here and there, itslike our male counterpart are turning deaf
My Vision for the Future: 
To work towards all countries formulate policy on violence against women and girls and enforce the policy
My Areas of Expertise: 
Counselling, Writing and reading
My Languages: 
English, YorubaAW

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