Aminu Inuwa Muhammad is an experienced Social Worker, community mobiliser, counselor and mediator. Since 1991, he has been engaged in work to support the weak and vulnerable in the health and social environments. He was an Associate lecturer in Medical Sociology and Social Medicine at the Faculty of Medicine, Bayero University, Kano.
As part of his community service, he was a member of the National Study Group on Death Penalty set-up by the Federal Government of Nigeria in 2003 and Director General of the Kano State Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission 2005-2011.
Muhammad was Lead Consultant with Justice for All (J4A) Programme of Dfid in Jigawa State working with and promoting and modernizing the Traditional Justice System in areas of Alternative Dispute Resolutions (ADR), Counseling and Conflict Management and Resolutions.
Aminu Inuwa Muhammad has a Master’s Degree in Social Work specializing in Health/Medical Social Work from the University of Ibadan. His worked with the Kano State Ministry of Health and the Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital where he established and headed the Medical Social Work Department of the hospital until his retirement on December 01, 2011.
He holds a fellowship of the Institute of Fraud Examiners.