Synonyms for musawa or Related words with musawa

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Examples of "musawa"
Musawa is a Local Government Area in Katsina State, Nigeria. Its headquarters are in the town of Musawa.
Musawa village was under the Katsina Native Authority (N.A.) when Shata was born. When the Local Governments were created it came under Kankia Local Government. Today, Musawa is a Local Government of its own.
Dikko was born on 11 May 1960 in Musawa town, a local government area of Katsina State, Nigeria.
Munzir was born on February 23, 1973, in Cipanas, Indonesia, the fourth of five children. His father, Fuad Bin Abdurrahman Al-Musawa, was born in Palembang and was a journalist for the "Berita Buana" newspaper. His mother, Rahmah Binti Hashim Al-Musawa, was also born in Palembang. His father spent ten years in Mecca studying with Alawi Al-Maliki, father of Muhammad Bin Alawi al-Maliki, at the Masjidil Haram. He also received a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from New York University. Fuad bin Abdurrahman Al-Musawa died in 1996 in Cipanas, Indonesia.
Habib Munzir bin Fuad Al-Musawa ( ""; February 23, 1973 – September 15, 2013) was an Indonesian Islamic cleric, teacher, da'i and founder of the Majelis Rasulullah religious organization.
Alhaji (Dr) Mamman Shata (born in 1923 in Musawa, Katsina State, Nigeria, died on 18 June 1999) was a Nigerian singer.
Over the years, "We'Moon" has published work by thousands of contributing women, including writings by Joanna Macy, Starhawk, Susun Weed, Winona LaDuke, Carolyn Gage, Myshkin, Vicki Noble, Donna Henes, Alice Walker, and founding editor Musawa, and art by Monica Sjoo, Tee Corinne, Meinrad Craighead, Toni Truesdale, Betty LaDuke, Sandra Stanton, Leah Dorion, Max Dashu, Sudie Rakusin and Hrana Janto.
The Nigerian National Assembly delegation from Katsina comprises three Senators representing Katsina South, Katsina Central, and Katsina North, and fifteen Representatives representing Kaita/Jibia, Malum Fashi/Kafur, Daura/Sandamu/Mai'Adua, Funtua/Dandume, Dutsin-ma/Kurfi, Mashi/Dvisi, Mani/Bindawa, Bakori/Danja, Kankia/Ingawa/Kusada, Safana/Batsari/Dan-Musa, Musawa/Matazu, Rimi/Charanchi/Batagarawa, Baure/Zango,Kankara/Sabuwa/Faskari, and Katsina Central.
It is one of the premier local Governments in Nigeria created after the Local Governments reforms in 1976. It is the headquarters of the Katsina South senatorial district, which comprises eleven local governments: Bakori, Danja, Dandume, Faskari, Sabuwa, Kankara, Malumfashi, Kafur, Musawa, Matazu and Funtua.
Usman was born in Musawa, Katsina State, his father was Durbin of Katsina and brother of Usman Nagogo and his mother was a daughter of Abdullahi Bayero, former Emir of Kano. He attended Musawa Junior Primary School, Kankia Senior Primary School, Minna Senior Primary School and Government College, Kaduna. He then went to study at the University Tutorial College and then at University of Lancaster where he completed his studies with a degree in History and Political Science. He returned to Nigeria in 1967 to become a teacher at Barewa College, Zaria where he taught until 1971. Usman started his graduate studies in 1970 at Ahmadu Bello University, earning his PhD degree in 1974. He started lecturing at the university as a part time lecturer before being promoted to full-time.
Taymor gained a lot of media attention after his popularity on social media like Facebook, his fan page grossed over 80k fans in couple of months, he was hosted by 7 TV talkshows and interviewed in 3 different languages after the release of his short-film Influence, he was interviewed by Channel 10 (Israel) ,and English/French news channel I24news , HalaTV, Alhurra, Panet , Musawa Channel, and several others.
After returning to Tarim, bin Hafiz established Dar al-Mustafa, an Islamic educational seminary. Bin Hafiz currently lives in Tarim, where he oversees the development of Dar al-Mustafa and the schools that have been set up under his management. Dar al-Mustafa has been featured in The New York Times. His seminary accepts students from a variety of countries. Some of his prominent students in the UK include Shaykh Ibrahim Osi Efa, and in the United States, Shaykh Abdul Karim Yahya and Shaykh John (Yahya) Rhodus, while his prominent student in Indonesia includes the late Habib Munzir Al-Musawa.
Shata acquired his sobriquet of 'Shata' from a man called Tsalahu (Salahu). Shata sell his nuts for Tsalahu and after the sale he shares the profit to people he met on his way home or in the market and comes back to Tsalahu empty handed, as such he was given the name 'Shata' meaning to spread. He combined this trade with the sale of sweets ('mishin'). He usually sing for fun in the market place or the local play ground called 'gaandchili'. Later he abandoned both trades and embraced music or praise-singing full-time. This vocation took him to many villages in the Musawa area. However Mamman Shata settled at Daura with his notable benefactor Emir of Daura; Alhaji Muhammadu Bashar, Finally he settled in Bakori, where he married his first wife, Binta. They had a daughter, Amina, who died in infancy. From his base in Bakori, Shata traveled with his band to places as far away as Katsina and Kano, which he first visited in 1952. A few years later he moved to Funtua, a more cosmopolitan town not far from Bakori. Shata made Funtua his home for about forty years - up until his death.