KANINA NE Completed Hausa Novel Document Written By Fatima

Kanina Ne is a  Hausa love novel penned by the talented author Fatima Mrs Ahfat. Set within the backdrop of a traditional Hausa community, the story unravels the complexities of relationships, desires, and the consequences that arise from forbidden love.


The narrative commences with Mahmud, whose footsteps echo with hesitation as he slowly makes his way towards his bedroom. Once inside, he finds himself consumed by a whirlwind of emotions. Closing his eyes, he envisions Yasmeen’s enchanting figure floating before him, igniting a deep and wicked desire within him. It is a desire he struggles to suppress, as if it were someone’s food tantalizingly placed in front of him. Overwhelmed, he surrenders to his yearning, placing his hand atop Yasmeen’s imaginary form, his eyes filled with a mix of longing and satisfaction. Mahmud acknowledges the power Yasmeen holds over him, lamenting that his desire for her has rendered him helpless. He is willing to risk everything to experience the touch of her soft body, even if it means defying societal expectations.

In the midst of Mahmud’s internal turmoil, Yasmeen senses a tinge of sadness, suspecting that Mahmud has been fixating on her appearance. She seeks solace behind the closed door, determined to uncover the truth. Meanwhile, she contemplates the significance of Mahmud’s actions, all while dealing with the ordinary aspects of her life, such as buying a chicken and attending to her daily routines.

The following morning, Mahmud wakes up fatigued, having spent a restless night grappling with his emotions. After performing his ablutions, he dresses in a milk-colored Jallabiya and heads out of the mosque. However, upon his return to Yasmeen’s room, he hesitates at the door and refrains from knocking. Resigned, he shakes his head and retreats to his own bedroom.

On Yasmeen’s side, she awakens, performs her Salah, and falls back asleep. She later wakes up at 9 o’clock, goes about her morning routine, and heads downstairs to find Mahmud enjoying breakfast. Curious about the source of his meal, she sits beside him and lovingly embraces him. However, their interaction takes a tense turn when Mahmud questions her about her whereabouts the previous night, suspecting her of spending time with another man. Harara, Yasmeen’s sister, becomes agitated and seeks refuge in the kitchen. The encounter leaves Yasmeen upset, and she confronts Mahmud about his inappropriate advances, causing her to retreat to her bedroom in tears.

In her distress, Yasmeen confides in her younger sister, Khadija. With empathy, Khadija advises her to be patient and accept her destiny, emphasizing the importance of obedience to their parents. Despite her tears, Khadija encourages Yasmeen to rise above the turmoil and prepare herself for the journey ahead. Khadija’s comforting words provide a glimmer of hope, urging Yasmeen to gather her strength.

Together, Yasmeen and Khadija descend to the parlor, where they find the group of people assigned to accompany the bride. Ummi, a maternal figure, imparts valuable advice to Yasmeen before they embark on their journey to the groom’s house, ensuring her safety. As they arrive at their destination, Khadija bids Yasmeen farewell, leaving her with a sense of longing.

Meanwhile, Mahmud, burdened with regret, cautiously enters the parlor with a bowed head and toilet paper in hand. Finding the room empty, he makes his way upstairs to another chamber. There, he hears the sound of running water, prompting him to leave the toilet paper and observe the room.

Yasmeen emerges from the bath, clad in a towel that grazes her thighs. Standing before the dressing mirror, she carefully attends to her appearance, using body lotion and preparing herself for the day. Mahmud, unable to tear his eyes away, incites Yasmeen’s anger with his intrusive gaze. Frustrated, she commands him to leave Mahmud’s room, declaring that she no longer wishes to see him. The tension escalates as she hurls a pillow at him, threatening to expel him from the house.

Finally comprehending the gravity of the situation, Mahmud pleads for forgiveness, making a slow exit from the room. His departure leaves an air of uncertainty, his demeanor reminiscent of someone under the influence of alcohol.

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