The Kannywood entertainment industry has produced many female celebrities who have been able to share their blessings with the less privileged. They do so through establishing foundations that help them in carrying out their humanitarian works.
In today's article, we are going to discuss four popular female celebrities in the Kannywood film industry who help the poor, children as well as women through their foundations as humanitarians.
1. Hadiza Aliyu
Hadiza Aliyu is a famous Hausa actress, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. She has launched a foundation for helping less privileged women and children. The beautiful screen diva made this achievement known to the public after sharing some photos online. She later started her humanitarian work in Kano state. According to the actress, the foundation is challenged on young children and their educations.
2. Saratu Gidado
Saratu Gidado is one of those veteran actresses that have been helping the poor for some time. She set her foundation with a clear vision for making life easier for tess privileged persons. She has a clear vision for making life easier for widows and children.
3. Fauziyya D Sulaiman
Fauziyya is a popular Kannywood celebrity, social commentator, activist, and philanthropist. She dedicated her time to help the poor and less privilaged. Her foundation is challenged on helping women and children irrespective of their cultural differences. Over the years, Fauziyya has been able to host different charity events where she helps and educates children and women.
4. Mansura Isah
Mansura is a well-known Kannywood celebrity, producer, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. She has established a foundation which is aimed at helping the poor, widows, and children. She has been able to create awareness of the benefit of education through her foundation and public campaigns. With the help of her family and husband, she has been able to visit the fewer privileges in different places and villages where she shares goodies for them.
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