Kano Hisbah has invited TikTokers in the state, promising to help them facilitate marriage and provide support for their businesses.
The invitation issued by the Deputy Commander-General of Hisbah Mujahid Aminuddeen encouraged the TikTokers to bring their educational and business certificates and assured them that their identities would be protected.
TikTokers in the state, including Murja Ibrahim Kunya, who was in February remanded in prison for two weeks for allegedly committing offences contrary to Islamic teachings and threatening public peace, were invited to the Kano State Hisbah Command’s headquarters on Monday.
The purpose of the gathering, it was learnt, was to offer support to those interested in receiving assistance from the state governor, Abba Yusuf.
Kano regularly supports intending couples with funding their marriages and starting their homes.
The Tiktokers attended the meeting dressed in traditional regalia, covering their faces with niqabs.
At the gathering, 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 fiancés or are interested in marriage we promise to organise a grand wedding and take responsibility for all the expenses.”
He also advised Kunya and others in attendance to improve their morals.
Daurawa said that all TikTok users who need capital should write a business plan and submit it to the Hisbah board.
The Hisbah gave each of the participants a token of N2,000 as transport fare.