Yalwa Da,u Tijjani (Hon. Commissioner)
Hajiya Yelwa Da'u Tijjani was born on 19th August, 1956 in Ringim town of Ringim Local Government Area, Jigawa State. She began her Elementary Education in Kurmawa Primary School from 1961 - 1964 and from there proceeded to Shekara Girls' Boarding Primary School from 1965 - 1967 after which she attended Queen Elizabeth School, Ilorin from 1968 to 1972.
Hajiya Yelwa Da'u attended Government Girls' College Dala where she obtained her GCE Certificate in 1974.
She began her working career with old Kano State Government as an Assistant Executive Officer at the Ministry of Establishment and Service Matters from 1974 to 1975. She later joined teaching profession and taught at Government Unity Secondary School, Ringim where She voluntarily retired from the service.
Between 2000 to 2002 Hajiya Yelwa Da'u was appointed Coordinator of Poverty Alleviation Programme of Ringim Local Government Area.
She was the PDP Candidate for Ringim Local Government bye -election 2002 and the Action Congress Candidate for the Ringim and Taura National Assembly election in 2007.
The new Commissioner of Women Affairs held many political positions , among which are; the Special Assistant to the Executive Governor of Jigawa State on Political and Women Affairs, Special Adviser to the National Coordinator, National Action Committee on Women participation in Politics, State Treasurer Action Congress (AC) State Deputy Women Leader All Progressive Congress (APC) Assistant Treasurer Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) among others.
Muhammad Bello Dutse (Permanent Secretary)
MUHAMMAD BELLO DUTSE
MISSION: A state were Social Protection, Inclusion and Development are accorded to all irrespective of His/Her sex age economic and health status.
VISION: To become a lead sector in providing comprehensive social Welfare services and development for Women, persons with disabilities (PWDS) children, vulnerable groups and all other citizens as Well as lead sector in the coordination of cash transfer for social leccxudy in the state.
GOALS: To increase and strengthen the provision of social welfare services and reduce Women/child abuse, neglect and abandonment. To improve economic standard of Women.
OBJECTIVES: To facilitate the articulating of a proactive social development policy that will encourage a rigorous approach to poverty reduction through Comprehensive Women Development Programmes.
CORE MANDATES: To provide a comprehensive, persons with disability (PWDS). Children and all other vulnerable groups.