Hisbah to marry off TikTok activist, Murja kunya, others in Kano

The Kano Hisbah Board has announced plans to facilitate marriages for TikTokers in the state and to provide support for their business ventures.

The Islamic police, under the leadership of Sheikh Aminu Daurawa, unveiled the initiative during a meeting convened to offer guidance to TikTok content creators on improving their moral values.

Socio-political Tiktoker, Murja Ibrahim Kunya, known for her controversial content that frequently stirs debate in Kano state, and other popular users of the platform, were invited to the Kano State Hisbah Command’s headquarters for potential rehabilitation on Monday, November 6, 2023.

Deputy Commander-General of Hisbah, Dr Mujahid Aminuddeen encouraged the attendees to bring their educational and business certificates, ensuring their identities remain protected by covering their faces.

The primary purpose of this gathering is to offer support to those interested in receiving assistance from the state’s governor, Abba Kabir Yusuf.

The Tiktokers in overwhelming numbers attended the meeting dressed in full traditional regalia and covering their faces with Niqabs.

Speaking while unveiling the scheme the Commander-General of Hisbah board Sheikh Aminu Daurawa, said; “We are willing to give you all the necessary support to live a sustainable life, those of you that have fiancées or are interested in marriage we promise to organize a grand wedding and take responsibility for all the expenses.”

He also advised the popular TikTokers Murja Kunya and others in attendance on how to improve their morals.

Sheikh Daurawa said that all TikTok users who need capital support, should write a business plan and submit it to the Hisbah board, if they are satisfied with the information they have provided, the Kano government will support them with capital.