Aminu Ladan Abubakar, better known as Alan Waka. I was born in 1973 in the Yakasai area of Kano. I attended Tudun Murtala Primary School from 1980 to 1986. I then attended Dakata Kawaji Government Secondary School, where I graduated in 1992. It was here that I got a break, which allowed me to enter the field of creative writing, That is to say, most of the news, because in the past there were mostly Hausa literature written before the advent of Hausa films with which to play. At that time, Hausa novels were mostly entertaining, educational and entertaining for the Hausa community. Malam Mamman and Kasimu Yero present the games that time. Then I also found myself as a contributor in this field, when I was writing my first book called The One Boat Carries Me. ‘Then my last book entitled‘ Salvation Or Disease? 'sponsored by the A-Line Adjustment Commission. I have not written a book since then. It was this writing career that delayed my return to school. In 2000, I moved to the Kano School of Science and Technology, Matan Fada, to study for a diploma in industrial design. It was then that I got involved in contemporary music, where we opened a music factory called Hikima Multi Media, located on Gidan Zoo Road in Kano. In addition to music, we are involved in the film, cable, rental, music and entertainment industries.
songs we do projects related to movies and Publishing and renting sound equipment and other communication related matters. I became interested in poetry when I was in Islamic school, in the tradition of Hausa Muslims, where children were taught religious lessons through poetry, so that they could easily understand and memorize; as the scholar of Kur (abi) said: "I have made it into a form of bean so that the children can easily memorize and know the religion." , peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, and the values in his history. And traditionally, when the month of birth begins, his history. And traditionally, every time the month of Mawlid falls I am one of those who climbs the pulpit in our Islam, I read poems and I am very dedicated, until it reaches the people I want them to hear me recite poems, despite our teachers teaches us. At that time, I used to recite Ishiriniya, Kurdabi, Ta'lamai poems, dan'arani and so on. That is why I became interested in music. When I was a child, I began to try to write my own poems, in which I began to write hymns praising the Messenger of God, may God bless him and grant him peace. In my first poem, I named her 'My Soul Is A Redeemer For The Great Prophet. 'The second time I did it in Madinah, I prayed: "May I go to Madinah to visit my master." Ah, I continued to sing, to visit my boss. I continue to sing songs about the enlightenment and support of my mentor, the late Malam Abdullahi Sani Makarantar Lungu, a former journalist who worked for Kano State Radio and how about the famous teacher, Sheikh Umar Sani Fagge and He is a scholar, scholar, and scholar. It was there that I found interest in Hausa literature and the benefit of collecting foreign words, which we have originally in Hausa. For example there are words that we borrow and we have like say 'break the day. 'Here the word kwana' is in English and we have it in Hausa but it is not used because it is not used by artists nor is it included in the list of common words. Here, the root of the word in Hausa is' lie which means you look at yourself and accept it to the right or left, they are regular. Here, the root word in Hausa is 'lie you', that is, the head you are looking at. If you break it to the right or left then you are breaking the day. It is the one you will hear the villagers say "I would have lied I would have lied," meaning it would have meant "I slept, I slept, I slept." "Similarly, there is the word 'asasi' which is Arabic or 'fandisho' in English, and we in Hausa is 'tirgada.' The origin of the word is 'sakarkari.' Similarly the word laulawa 'which means bicycle and muffler' which means bread. interested in research.
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