A 22-year-old Nigerian, Hauwa Ibrahim Aminu, has joined the pool of Nigerians who made the country proud by using their academic knowledge to solve problems. After finishing her first degree in computer science from Lancaster University in Ghana with a first-class, she proceeded to bag a master’s degree from Middlesex University, Mauritius, where she got a distinction in business information and systems management.
In an interview with Daily Trust, the young lady spoke about how she created two applications named JupiMart and ArchiScope. Hauwa revealed that she really loves providing solutions to people’s issues and said that creating JupiMart was a way to make buyers confident of what they were shopping for online and also reduce the number of times bad goods are returned.
Hauwa also stated that her second app, ArchiScope, was to bridge the communication gap between architects and their clients. When asked about the feedbacks on her works, she said in January 2021, a lot of architects were satisfied with what she did with the building app. She talked about how supportive her parents have been.
The 22-year-old said she did not really feel the cost of building the apps because she worked on them as her BSc and MSc projects. The brilliant Nigerian said that though none of the apps has been commercialized although she hopes they will be in the nearest future.