Winter Squash (also called Kabewa in Hausa - Used in making soup when cooked and for thickening meals) with a ratio of #vitamine A,B & C, and host of other minerals, this plant makes one of the daily foods of the #hausa people in #kano guess what? I bought it for 1000 naira per piece (they still cheated me).
Pic 2,3,&4. Dawanu grains market in #kano , collectively I call it the warehouse market, as I personally counted more than 500 company sign post, or warehouses and trucks collectively! This is a market for all types of grains, and their are plenty of trucks to any part of the country.
Pic 5. Burnt spent rice grains, used in making feeds, for #poultry and #fishes
Pic 6. Used locally in treating cough, cold & fever in children, especially when mixed with mint leaves, the locals call it Kajiji
Pic 7. Forgotten the name but sweet die!
Pic 8. Onions in nylon sold for 350 per sack.
Pic 9. Pic of me on M. Mohammed road Kano!
The north is #blessed
Both in #farming & #industrial doings.
Join us as we continue our tour through #jigawa (next stop), #daura (Kastina State - Home of Pres. Buhari), & Niger Republic.
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Note: There are too many markets to cover in Kano (we will only cover the one our budget can carry!).