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Kano Gov rewards young Qur’an reciter with 2024 hajj seat





The Governor of Kano State, Alhaji Abba Kabir Yusuf has rewarded 16-year-old Quran reciter, Habib Yusuf, with Hajj slot.

A statement signed by the Public Relations Officer of the State Pilgrims Welfare Board, Alhaji Sulaiman A Dederi, said the gesture was in demonstration of the governor’s commitment to honoring and supporting exceptional talent within the state.

The award was presented to the young Yusuf in a ceremony held at the governor’s office,

The Director General of the Kano State Pilgrims Welfare Board, Alhaji Laminu Rabi’u Danbappa, announced the allocation of a Hajj seat to Sheikh Ja’afar Habib Yusuf, a 16-year-old Qur’an recitation prodigy.

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Sheikh Ja’afar Habib Yusuf’s extraordinary talent has captivated hearts and minds with his complete memorization of the Qur’an and his profound knowledge of its contents. Notably, he possesses an exceptional understanding of every word and its location within the holy book, demonstrating an unparalleled commitment to his faith and its teachings.

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Governor Abba Kabir Yusuf commended Sheikh Ja’afar for his dedication, perseverance, and mastery of the Qur’an, describing him as a shining example of the rich cultural and religious heritage of Kano State.

The governor emphasized the importance of nurturing and supporting young talents like Sheikh Ja’afar, who represent the future leaders and ambassadors of the state.

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The allocation of the Hajj seat to Sheikh Ja’afar Habib Yusuf from Goron-Dutse in Dala Local Government area serves as a token of recognition and appreciation for his exceptional achievements in Qur’an recitation and his unwavering commitment to spiritual enlightenment.

According to the statement, “government of Kano State remains steadfast in its commitment to promoting excellence and nurturing talent across all sectors, and pledges continued support for initiatives that empower and uplift the youth of the state.”

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