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(101): Kannywood, Struggle and Resuscitation of Cinema in Kano
Muhsin Ibrahim muhsin200@gmail.com Kannywood
film industry faces an existential threat from many fronts. A leading Hausa
film scholar, Prof. Abdullah Uba Adamu declared last year that “ by 2016, the Hausa film industry had literally
crashed ” and, therefore...
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(100): Northern Nigerian Muslims and their Addiction to Doctrinal Controversies
Muhsin Ibrahim muhsin2008@gmail.com The North is stasis largely because of our doing. We are too disorganised, unorganised, divided, and disenchanted with one another. Almost everything is either sectionalised (remember the Northeast Development Commission ...
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(99): Ali Nuhu and Adam Zango’s Unending Dispute and its Implications on Kannywood
Ali Nuhu and Adam Zango’s Unending Dispute and its Implications on Kannywood By Muhsin Ibrahim Muhsin2008@gmail.com University of Cologne The Hausa version of this article, with a slight difference, was published on the BBC Hausa  website. According to nume...
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(82): The Dilemma of a Plucky Philosopher-Wannabe
The Dilemma of a Plucky Philosopher-Wannabe Muhsin Ibrahim muhsin2008@gmail.com The world has never been short of the irresolvable arguments of and on philosophy as a field of study. While many people cherish the beast, many more others hate it like they ab...
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(98): Drama and Theories Trend as Dapchi Schoolgirls Regained Freedom
By Muhsin Ibrahim   muhsin2008@gmail.com The abducted Dapchi schoolgirls were released and brought back to the beleaguered village of Yobe state, Nigeria in the early hours of Wednesday, 21 st March 2018. As reports indicate, the Nigeria Army paused operati...
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(97): Dapchi Schoolgirls’ Abduction: The Big Picture
Dapchi Schoolgirls’ Abduction: The Big Picture by Muhsin Ibrahim muhsin2008@gmail.com As it is with anything and everything in Nigeria, the Dapchi school girls’ abduction has been politicised. Only a few people now care to, honestly, empathise and sympathis...
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(96): Kannywood, a Film Industry in Need of Revaluation
By Muhsin Ibrahim University of Cologne   muhsin2008@gmail.com As I wrote elsewhere, the relationship between cinema and the orthodox
religious institutions is often marked by uneasiness if not outright hostility.
From its very beginning, the Puritans see t...
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