Kano is the state capital of Kano State in North West, Nigeria. It is arranged in the Sahelian geographic area, south of the Sahara. Kano is the business operational hub of Northern Nigeria and is the second biggest city in Nigeria. The Kano city at first secured 137 square kilometers, and contained six neighborhood government zones — Kano Municipal, Fagge, Dala, Gwale, Tarauni and Nasarawa; However, it presently covers two extra LGAs — Ungogo and Kumbotso. The foremost tenants of the city are the Hausa individuals. As in many parts of northern Nigeria, the Hausa dialect is generally talked in Kano.
The city is the capital of the Kano Emirate. The emir of Kano has a Durbar to check and praise the two yearly Muslim celebrations Eid al-Fitr to stamp the finish of the Holy Month of Ramadan and Eid al-Adha to stamp the Hajj Holy Pilgrimage. The Durbar comes full circle in a parade of exceedingly intricately dressed horsemen who go through the city to the emir's castle. Once amassed close to the royal residence, gatherings of horsemen, each gathering speaking to a close-by town, take it in swings to hurry for the emir, pulling up only feet before the situated dignitaries to offer their regard and fidelity.