Muhammad Abu Abid

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Muhammad Abu Abid
Born 02 March 2003
Chittagong
Nationality Bangladeshi
Occupation Journalist
Years active 15-04-2020
Notable works Social activist

Muhammad Abu Abid [1] is a social activist & Journalists. He is the founder of famous social organisation Durbar Tarunno. [2] [3] [4] He was born in a magnanimous Muslim family on 2nd March,2003 in Chittagong, Bangladesh. His father’s name is Muhammad Abul Kalam Azad who is a private serviceman. And his mother's name is Hasneara Begum who is a housewife. Name of his only elder brother is Muhammad Abu Adil.

Muhammad Abu Abid also a self-published author, has published several books on the subject of digital marketing and branding. [5]

He passed P.S.C from IBNE Sina School and College in 2013, J.S.C in 2016 and S.S.C in 2019 same Institution from Garib-E Newaz High School, Completed H.S.C in 2021 form Government City College, Chattogram. He passed all these exams with Golden A+. Now He is a student of Chittagong University in the department of dramatics. [6]

In 2014, Abid received the All Bangladesh Acting National Award in Marks Allrounder-14. Since then, his social activities started in 2015. A few years later, in addition to social work, he again established a voluntary organization, Durbar Tarunno, in 2019. In addition to social work, he is engaged in journalism. [7]

Muhammad Abu Abid is also known as an Bangladeshi famous author. He works as a journalist in various national newspapers. He is the Editor and publisher of Desh Bangla 71 News paper. He has been able to win everyone's love for his developmental and voluntary work in the society.[8]

Muhammad Abu Abid said, "I want to prove that success never depends on age or circumstances. Success has to be achieved. To further prove, money is not the main thing for social work, mentality is the main thing."[9]

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