The Emir of Kano Malam Mohammad Sunusi the second has charged married couples in the state to always respect the bond of marriage.
The Emir gave the charge during the inauguration of the mass wedding of one thousand five hundred couples sponsored by Kano State government held at the central mosque Kano.
He implored them to live a peaceful married life full of love and happiness.
Mohammad Sunusi the second said the emirate had constituted a committee of Ulama who have designed a married law, aimed at curtailing the challenge of frequent break up of marriages.
The Emir of Kano stated that the proposed family law would soon be submitted to the state government for the next line of action.
In a remark, Governor Abdullahi Ganduje said his administration had spent over thirty million naira in providing furniture and payment of Dowry for the grooms.
He said the gesture was targeted at alleviating the sufferings of the populace.
The marriage contract was presided over by the Chief Imam of Kano central Mosque Professor Mohammad Sani Zaharraddeen.
Among the newly married, Musbahu Danjuma and Sabiu Abdullahi commended Gandujes administration for the kind gesture and promise to respect the marriage through adequate care of their spouses.
The marriage processions were conducted in all forty-four local government areas of Kano.