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Hassana Sufi, whose name is often prefixed with a title of respect like Hajiya [a female ‘pilgrim’], Malama [Hausa for a female scholar] or Inna [a Hausa term of respect for a ‘mother’]; hails from Kano State, one of the thirty-six states of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Hassana and her twin brother Hussein were born in 1929, in Bichi, one of the forty-four local government areas in present day Kano State. From her childhood, Hassana was raised in a scholarly environment. Both her paternal and maternal grandparents were scholars. Her paternal grandfather Umaru b. Ibrahim was one of the Fulani migrant scholars who moved from Borno in the nineteenth century and settled in the Madatai quarter in the heart of Kano, where Hassana’s father Ahmad Sufi was born in 1884. Her maternal grandparents, Ismail b. Sulaiman and Hadiza (Khadija), popularly known as Mama, were both educated and raised in Kano city. Ismail was well versed in Arabic language and grammar, and became the Imam of the Kano city central mosque during the reign of Emir of Kano Aliyudan Dabo (1894-1903), while Hadiza was one of the renowned female Islamic scholars of Kano in her time. It is important to note that Hassana’s paternal and maternal grandparents, as well as her parents, had a role as Islamic scholars not only the age of thirty, he had become a legal adviser t ��������������������������� Before her death following a brief illness, Hajiya Hassana Sufi had contributed significantly to the promotion of Islamic education, as well as to Arabic and Hausa literature. She will continue to be remembered in Kano for her ever-lasting legacies: her writings, the Islamic school Khair alzadi, and the many male and female individuals she converted to Islam, including several abandoned children she took into her care. #software #developer #motivation #startup #inspiration #technology #entreprenuer #business #product #service #graphics #design #wfg #ui #ux #kanoat50 #kanostate #north #northernblog #thenortherner #arewa #codepyramid #startupkano #hausa #nigeria #android #kano

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