AbdulJabbar Surajo Guga
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|AbdulJabbar Surajo Guga|
|Alma mater||Iowa Central Community College, University of Missouri–St. Louis|
|Occupation||Director of Information Technology Northwest Health services|
|Known for||Founder/Chairman of Guga Global Foundation|
Background and education
He had his high school education at the Kaduna capital school and All Saints international school between 2002 and 2006. He proceeded to Iowa Central Community College in the US where he bagged an Associate of Arts and Sciences (A.A.S.) degree in Business Administration, Management and Operations (2008 – 2011). He also studied International Business at the University of Missouri–St. Louis.(2011 – 2014}
Guga began his career working as a student in the US. In 2011, he started working as a Sales Associate for Sears Holdings Corporation. In 2012, he worked as a Sales Consultant for Best Buy. In 2014, he worked as an IT Support Coordinator for Triggerfish Corporation up till 2017.
In July, 2017, Guga joined Northwest Health Services, Inc as an IT Manager. He rose through the ranks to become the current Director of Information Technology for the health care firm.
Guga engages in community development programs for his local community. As part of his giving back to society initiative, he built a community computer center in his village Guga under Bakori LGA of Katsina State.
In 2017, he founded Guga Global Foundation, a charity organization that offers free education and health services to orphans and poor people in the rural areas of Katsina State Nigeria.
In 2019, Guga was awarded the Garkuwa Matasan Hausa, a Daura Emirate Traditional Hausa Tittle Merit Award by His Royal Highness Emir of Daura Umar Farouk dan Umar. He also received the Sir Ahmadu Bello Platinum Leadership Award in the same year.
- Habibu Umar Aminu,"Foundation supports 130 orphans with food items". Daily Trust Newspaper. 28 April 2019. https://www.dailytrust.com.ng/foundation-supports-130-orphans-with-food-items.html. Retrieved 4 March 2020.
- Mallam Mustapha,"Meet Abduljabbar Guga from Katsina; IT Director of American Health Company". Katsina Post Newspaper. 12 September 2019. http://katsinapost.com.ng/2019/09/12/meet-abduljabbar-guga-from-katsina-it-director-of-an-american-company/. Retrieved 4 March 2020.
- "Our Senior Leaders". nwhealth-services.org. https://www.nwhealth-services.org/our-senior-leaders/. Retrieved 4 March 2020.
- Sadiq Bindawa,"Foundation sponsors Education of over 600 orphans in Katsina". Katsina Post Newspaper. 20 October 2019. http://katsinapost.com.ng/2019/10/20/foundation-sponsors-education-of-over-600-orphans-in-katsina/. Retrieved 4 March 2020.
- Mallam Mustapha,"All roads lead to Daura as Daura Emir turbans Abduljabbar Guga, Garkuwan Matasan Hausa". Katsina Post Newspaper. 17 January 2020. http://katsinapost.com.ng/2020/01/17/all-roads-lead-to-daura-as-daura-emir-turbans-abduljabbar-guga-garkuwan-matasan-hausa/. Retrieved 4 March 2020.
- "Abduljabbar Surajo Guga; Matashin Attajiri Mai Zuciyar Alkhairi". Labarai24. 8 February 2020. https://labarai24.com/abduljabbar-surajo-guga-matashin-attajiri-mai-zuciyar-alkhairi/. Retrieved 4 March 2020.