Born on July 14, 1996, in Maradi, a small town situated in the South East of Niger, Rabilou Rabidine is today a young citizen of this country enrolled in the third year of law under public law degree option at the University of Tahoua.
At 22-year-old, he is president of a young association called the Association des Jeunes Intègres (AJI) in the Maradi region.
For 3 years now, he has worked tirelessly for the emergence of his country Niger. For this, he believes that young people are the most accessible human resource and the best able to boost development and prosperity in a country. His most cherished dream is to foster the creation of a bright and innovative youth community that can meet the most daunting challenges of their generation.