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Title :

Suwarun min al mushkilati al- lati tuwajihu hamalati al- saqafti al- Arbiyah fi Nijeriya: Dirastun thlilyah li riwati khadimi al- watani li Hanid Mahmud al- hijiry

Authors :

Nasiru Ahmad Sokoto , Bashar Malami Sa,i

Long ago, Arabic and Islamic education was the foundation of human civilization in Sub-Saharan Africa, politically, psychologically and socially, especially in Nigeria where the reformer, Usman bin Fodiyo established an Islamic government ruled by Qur?an and Sunnah. This also comprises the quality the quality of the people?s belief, spiritual values, their social and political way of life and etc, as it helped them in building their good identity which Islam has designed for them. Eventually the influence of these factors disappeared due to the intervention and intrusion of hateful western colonial masters who distorted the people and their destroyed their valuable culture. Later the Western Education which is contradicting Islamic values spread in the society. English Language became the official language while Arabic and Islamic elites were segregated from the government politics and were also excluded in managing the government offices and ministries. They are even out of the citizenship sphere! This paper came from this point of view to present the insight of the problems faced by Arabic and Islamic Education Campaign in titled: Problems faced by Arabic and Islamic Education Campaign in Nigeria; analytical Study? by Co-Member, Limahmud Hamid Hijri. Poetry attests to the ports' attitude and depicts their doctrines. It also attests to the characteristics that characterize all the poetical innovations. The poetry in Sokoto, since in the early time was in two characters: 1.The general character: this is kind of classical art. It includes poems that present the poet's culture which are distinguished topics of praise, eulogy, erotic poetry and occasions. 2. While the other character I religious. Some poets mix Islamic feelings with symbol and inspiration. The article aimed to shed light on how one of the poets in Sokoto town employed this symbolic direction. This is no other Waziri Junaidu, who was able to express his poetry experience and transfer it to the reader by creating a kind of magnetisms that applies to his meeting points. It also teaches on the poetic creativity by choosing the words and structures that suggest the meaning which the poet did not disclose and finally the use of wonderful images and sweet music that symbolized the meaning that he wants to indirectly express.