Kano

What is Kano known for?


national life

preacher Mohammed Marwa Maitatsine led riots in Kano. He was killed by security forces, but his followers later started uprisings (Religion in Nigeria#New radical Islamic movements in Nigeria) in other northern cities. WikiPedia:Kano Commons:Category:Kano


music single

, Government House Kano isbn 978-8109-33-0 series Research and Documentation publications External links * Kano Online The band's first single (Single (music)), "Clint Eastwood (Clint Eastwood (song))", was released on March 5, 2001. It was produced by hip hop music


realistic landscapes

: Reformation, Regrouping, and the Future Starting as an artist of the Kano school, Togan's work soon took its inspiration from the style of Sesshu. He painted realistic landscapes, usually ink on paper. Hausa Kingdoms Six important Hausa (Hausa Kingdoms) city states existed Kano, Katsina, Daura, Gobir, Zazzau, and Biram (Hadejia). Kano was the most important. The city was surrounded by a wall of reinforced ramparts of stone and bricks


carrying band

by BOAC on routes to West and South Africa. They were quickly replaced, however by the reliable Canadair Argonaut (Canadair North Star) in 1952, although some re-entered service in July 1954 following the grounding of the de Havilland Comet, being retired again in December. Jackson 1973, p.249. *On 16 March 1991, a Hawker Siddeley charter aircraft carrying band members for Reba McEntire crashed into the side of Otay Mountain. The accident occurred shortly after take off from a municipal airport outside of San Diego, California. WikiPedia:Kano Commons:Category:Kano


singles quot

as well as Snoop Dogg, Eslam Jawaad, Bashy, and Kano. Later that same month, their first full-length album, the self-titled (eponym) ''Gorillaz (Gorillaz (album))'', was released, producing four singles: "Clint Eastwood", "19-2000", "Tomorrow Comes Today (Tomorrow Comes Today (single))", and "Rock the House". "19-2000 (Soulchild Remix)" became popular after being featured in both an Ice Breakers (candy) Ice


band red

, Sparkadia, The Hot Melts, Electric Dolls, Beans On Toast, Red Snapper (Red Snapper (band)), Annie (Annie (Norwegian singer)), Bryn Christophers, Kid Sisters, Tinie Tempah, Yelle founded 1980 headquarters Kano, Nigeria key_people Late Alhaji Dankabo (Founder) Captain Saidu Mohammed (MD CEO (Managing director)) '''Kabo Air''' is an airline headquartered in Kano, Kano State, Nigeria. "


kano municipal

Nigeria subdivision_type1 State subdivision_name1 Kano State leader_title Governor leader_name Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso (APC (All Progessive Congress (Nigeria))) area_magnitude area_total_km2 area_land_km2 area_water_km2 population_as_of 2006 census population_urban population_note Kano Municipal LGA population as per:

in Nigeria and the capital of Kano State in Northern Nigeria (Northern Region, Nigeria), in the Sahelian geographic region south of the Sahara. Its metropolitan population makes it the second largest city in Nigeria. The Kano urban area covers 137 km 2 and comprises six local government areas (LGAs) (Local Government Areas in Nigeria) — Kano Municipal, Fagge, Dala (Dala, Nigeria), Gwale, Tarauni and Nassarawa, Kano State

to the Shia branch (see Shia in Nigeria). Christians and followers of other non-Muslim religions form a small part of the population and traditionally lived in the Sabon Gari, or Foreign Quarter. Transportation thumb right 100px Kano municipal council gate (2009) (File:Kano municipal council gate.jpg) Kano is strategically located and owns its leading position as commercial hub in the sub-Saharan Africa. Kano is linked to many African cities by road


innovations quot

Every Generation Media The Kano Chronicle attributes a total of twelve "innovations" to Rumfa. Nast, p. 61 According to the Kano Chronicle, the thirty-seventh Sarkin Kano (King of Kano) was Mohammed Sharef (1703–1731). His successor, Kumbari dan Sharefa (1731–1743), engaged in major battles with Sokoto. Fulani conquest and rule File:Kano-history-museum.jpg right 200px thumb Kano History Museum


interest related

Gidan Makama Museum alt url email address Emir Palace Rd lat 11.988743 long 8.521087 directions phone tollfree fax hours price content Located in a 15th-century historical building, this museum has a significant collections of arts, crafts and items of historic interest related to the Kano area. Galleries include the Zaure in the main entrance with displays of traditional materials, city walls and maps of Kano, the history of statehood, Kano in the 19th century, the Civil War, economy, industry and music. * WikiPedia:Kano Commons:Category:Kano


legal radio

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Kano

'''Kano''' is a city in Nigeria and the capital of Kano State in Northern Nigeria (Northern Region, Nigeria), in the Sahelian geographic region south of the Sahara. Its metropolitan population makes it the second largest city in Nigeria. The Kano urban area covers 137 km 2 and comprises six local government areas (LGAs) (Local Government Areas in Nigeria) — Kano Municipal, Fagge, Dala (Dala, Nigeria), Gwale, Tarauni and Nassarawa (Nassarawa, Kano State) — with a population of 2,163,225 at the 2006 Nigerian census. The metropolitan area covers 499 km 2 and comprises eight LGAs — the six mentioned above plus Ungogo and Kumbotso — with a population of 2,828,861 at the 2006 Nigerian census.

The principal inhabitants of the city are the Hausa people. As in most parts of northern Nigeria, the Hausa language is widely spoken in Kano. The city is the capital of the Kano Emirate. The current emir, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, was throned on 8 June 2014 after the death of late Alhaji Ado Bayero, the thirtienth emir of kano emirate on Friday, 6 June 2014. The city's Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport, the main airport serving northern Nigeria, was named after politician Aminu Kano.

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