Zaura, a man of resilient visions, says Kannywood stakeholders.

FATIMA Abdullahi Ahmed
Some stakeholders in the Hausa movie industry, popularly known as Kannywood has felicitated with the Kano State APC Chieftain, Alhaji Abdulsalam Abdukareem Zaura (A. A. Zaura) on pledges he made to support some young upcoming artists in the industry with different categories of scholarships to enhance their educational background, and support to their respective business endeavors.
In a statement signed by Zaura’s media director, Al-Amin Ciroma, the Kannywood’s stakeholders through Chairman of the Kaduna State Actors’ Guild, Suleiman Muhammad (Sha’ani), described Zaura as an archetypal, classic, exemplary, and a personality worth emulations. Someone with a great passion for youth liberation and total commitment to his constituency development.
The statement noted that Alhaji Zaura, being from Kans State, has great legacies and a standard mission statement that is larger than his home state. The Kaduna Kannywood described Zaura as a true Nigerian, a bridge-builder, patriot, and master strategist, someone who is being sought for by any state in the federation.
“We in Kannywood appreciate Alhaji A. A. Zaura for his large heart of carrying all along. He has a great passion for liberating youths in society. Looking at Zaura, you will envy Kano State. It will be our wish to have another Zaura in Kaduna, Zamfara, Sokoto, Katsina, and in all states of the federation,” reads the statement.
The Kannywood acknowledges and thanked Zaura for his gestures for the wonderful support to the upcoming artists in Kannywood, more especially in his home state, Kano.It will be recalled that the top APC chieftain in Kano State hosted some artists from Kannywood, who paid him a courtesy visit and display their great talents to him by presenting some produced content in support of his foundation. The event ended with an applaud from the visitors when the former announced different categories of scholarship and other supports to them.

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