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Inna Lillahi Wa'inna Ilaihi Raji'un!

Allah ya jikan mai rasuwar wannan uwa tamu.
Allah ya gafarta mata ya yafe dukkan laifukanta.
Allah ya sanya aljannar Firdausi ce makomarta.
Allah ya amfana zuri'ar da ta bari bayanta.
Allah ya baiwa iyalanta hakurin rashinta.
Allah ya kyautata tamu bayan tata.

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General Board / Barka Da Sallah!!
« on: December 28, 2006, 02:20:11 PM »

BARKA DA SALLAH!!

Assalamu Alaikum everybody,

I want to wish you all a very peaceful celebration of the Babbar Sallah.

Thank you.

Diso

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Announcements / E-Book Source Is Born!
« on: August 17, 2004, 02:35:01 PM »
Dear Friends,

E-book Source is a free monthly newsletter that aims to be a reliable facilitator in utilising the vast, free untapped information resources of the Internet for socio-economic development. It is the medium for communicating with information-thirsty readers especially the members of FREE E-BOOKS NETWORK and FREE E-NEWSLETTERS NETWORK  - two initiatives I originated also on the above underlined mission statement.

It will regularly come with rich articles and insightful excerpts from useful free electronic books and free e-newsletters obtained from refutable sources on the Internet on wide-ranging fields of Interest such as Islamic religion, education, entrepreneurship, self-improvement, professional development, motivation, and so on. In the first edition, you will read, among other exiting things, a free electronic book titled: The 7 Secrets Of High Performance Thinking! (It is really a great and worth reading material ? believe me)!

In addition, the newsletter will be an informative medium for consumers of products and services as well as a cost-effective marketing tool for business organizations in Kano city.

You can reserve copies for yourself and your dear friends. Remember it is going to be totally a free but valuable newsletter! Print  the form below, fill and submit it to:

Innovative Information Services
 No. 18A Gyadi-Gyadi (opposite ?Yan dusa), Zaria Road. Tel: 329121, 310564

The first edition of the newsletter will be out by the first week of September 2004. You can show up anytime thereafter to collect your copies but call us before coming so as to verify ready availability.

Thanks.

Auwalu Inuwa Diso
Publisher
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Kano Forum / I am looking for you!
« on: August 17, 2004, 01:31:24 PM »
Please Contact Me immidiately!

I have a serious Web design proposal to discuss with you.

my Kano Phone Is 064 329121

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Kano Forum / Re: Election 2003
« on: December 02, 2002, 12:08:51 PM »
Zaben Gwamna mace ce da ciki; ba'a san abinda za ta haifa ba.

Let's just hope and pray for the best.  :-/

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Kano Forum / Proliferation of Curve-Outs and SHOPS in Kano city
« on: October 28, 2002, 12:35:08 PM »
it is my greatest conern that the city is being heedlessly congested with too many curve-outs and shops. I wonder if the business community in the town do not know any business venture apart from building shops! If they don't it is thier own problem but what is wrong with the town planners and by extension the state government?

Do we mean that the future generation will have nothing to inherit but shops occupied by strangers and even foriegners? Are we looking at the economic and enviromental consequences of this ugly development?

Before I shut up let me draw the attention of whoever matters in this regard that too much of everything is just bad --including SHOPS.

--Do we know that the rural farmers are selling thier lands to come and buy those new shops? Who then will cultivate the lands? What are they going to sell apart from dumped,useless foriegn imports?

Apart from contributing to rural-urban drift, immigration problems, Killing of local industries, and causing envitomental chaos the rest of the consequences can be anybody's guess!

Very soon, all the buildings in kano will be replaced by shops!!!

No be so? ? ? ?

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