Five daily Muslim prayers are observed here but the Juma'at (Friday Congregational) Prayer is the ultimate time.
Although not open to non Muslims during prayers, there is a market that holds after prayer every Friday which is open to all.
People are friendly and you find things from books in Arabic, Hausa, English and other local languages, you will find beautiful rosaries (counters) locally called "charbi", you will find pure natural honey and local spices. You will find clothing materials and ready made clothes especially "Jallabiya" the long men dress usually imported from Saudi Arabia, Flip-flops and local genuine leather shoes too....
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