b. 1222/1807-8, d. c. 1250/1834-5.
He studied under his father and was known for his knowledge of Arabic and his poetical skills. He was killed in the course of Muḥammad Bello’s campaign against Anka in Zamfara, and was buried at Barāya Zāki. Elegies were written on him by Abū Bakr b. Aḥmad b. al-Qāḍī and the wazir Junayd (qq.v.).
1. Q. lāmiyya fī madḥ al-shaykh al-Mukhtār al-Kuntī.
Poem in praise of al-Mukhtār al-Kuntī.
MS: Paris(BN), 5599, ff. 162b.
2. Q. …