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JUST IN: Use Culture And Entertainment To Pursue Peace In Nigeria; IAWPA Urge Musawa

National News:

Port Harcourt By Christy David (ICC Media) 
13 July 2023 / 12:48noon 

Culture and Entertainment  IAWPA Urge Musawa

Special Adviser on Entertainment and Culture Hanatu Musawa

The International Association of World Peace Advocates IAWPA has urged the Special Adviser on Entertainment and Culture to president Bola Ahmed Tinubu GCFR Hanatu Musawa to use her office to pursue peace in the country. 

The International peace advocacy group made this known while congratulating her on her appointment by Mr. President. 

IAWPA in the statement signed by its International Spokesman Amb Emmanuel Nkweke said it has strong conviction that Musawa will help bring innovations in the entertainment industry that will help promote peace in the country. 

The association while decrying the level of violence and crisis that has engulfed Nigeria, said the situation can be redeemed with a revamped policy thrust that will boost the country's cultural orientation as well as engaging various stakeholders in the entertainment sector to develop contents that will preach and promote peace.

She holds a degree in law from the University of Buckingham, UK and took a Postgraduate Masters Degree in the Legal Aspects of Marine Affairs from the University of Cardiff, Wales.

Hanatu Musawa a lawyer by profession and a newspaper columnist, has a Postgraduate Masters Degree in Oil and Gas Law from the University of Aberdeen. She is completing a Doctorate, which she has been doing part-time.