Aisha yar Abubakar siddiku kuma mata ga Annabi. kuma itace wacce tafi kowa soyuwa a gunsa, ana mata lakabi da Uwar Abdullahi duk da cewar bata taba haihuwa ba. [1][2]<[3][4][5][6][7][8][9]


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