Do Not Bring Children Into A Home Where There Is Absence Of Love, Laughter, Peace – Maryam Lemu
The international sought after speaker extraordinary, Mr Maryam Lemu, called on parents never to bring children into a home where there is absence of love, laughter, peace, for it usually have adverse effects on children.
Mrs Maryam Lemu revealed this while speaking in an event in Cape town last month.
She’s Such a beautiful soul and a uniquely inspiring teacher & speaker.
Mrs Maryam Lemu is an international sought after speaker. She is an accomplished facilitator of seminars and workshops to various companies and organizations in the areas of Public Speaking, Team Building, Leadership and Personal Development.
She is very engaged in her true passion which is Premarital and Marital Guidance and Life Coaching.
She has spoken in many countries around the world including the United Kingdom, United States, Bahrain, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Kuwait to mention a few.
She has shared the stage with renowned speakers and scholars like Ismail Mufti Menk, Sheikh Muhammad Salah, Naima Roberts, Bilal Philips and many more.
She is a regular on the Nigerian Television scene with her Human Development Series and her marriage talks.
She recently accepted an offer to host an Islamic Television talk show on cable TV. Mrs. Lemu is also an international consultant to private schools based on her strong commitment to character development, social responsibility and values-driven leadership.
Mrs Maryam Lemu is the Head of Resource Management and Administration at New Horizons College, Minna, Nigeria and one of the Directors of ProStart Consultants.
In 1991, she moved to the United States with her husband where she began her career in Sales, Marketing and Management. She was appointed as the District Sales Manager for Avon Products in 1995 with a sales force of 320 sales representatives. In 1999, she was employed as an Executive Level Recruiter and Marketing Manager for Pro-Staff Employment Agency, coordinating the recruiting efforts and marketing plans for 4 branch offices.
During her years in the United States, Mrs. Lemu undertook professional courses in Public Speaking, Human Resource Management, Business Administration, Sales and Marketing and Life Skills training. In 2001 she returned to Nigeria with her family and took up appointment as the Hostel Administrator at New Horizons College, Minna. She was later appointed as the Head of the School’s Resource Management Department. She currently holds both positions.
She is a highly motivated lady with over two and a half decades of working experience that spans across the United States and Nigeria.
Excerpts from her speaking…
“Marriage is a long journey with turns, detours, potholes and obstacles but can have a beautiful destination”