It is no news that Popular TV Presenter and Hausa Actress, Rachel Bakam passed away on the 13th of April 2021. She was born on the 11th September 1982 in Kaduna State, and died aged 38, few months short of clocking 39.
The actress who has been ill for a while was confirmed to have died of anaemia by her family members.
As she passed on, her life has come to bare and she has had her own fair share of relationships when she was alive. Rachel was once married to another media personality named Israel Edjeren but the marriage crashed in 2014 after producing a son.
Later on, her relationship with Nigerian born Ex England football Star, John Fashanu came to the spotlight. She and Fashanu were mostly seen at events together and were basically inseparable. She stated that she enjoyed her relationship with Fashanu because of his goodness and loyalty. See photos of Rachel and John Fashanu below;
Before her sudden demise Bakam was an actress, writer, TV presenter and producer, and an anti-human trafficking ambassador. She was also the CEO and Managing Director of Rayzeds Media Ltd, Founder & President of the Nigerian Water Ski And Wakeboard Federation (NWWF) and media consultant for the Performing Musician Employers Association (PMAN) & African Fashion Reception Paris.
She hosted the TV Show Trends & Rachel, which aired on Nigerian Television Authority (NTA), African Independent Television(AIT), DSTV, and Startimes.
May Her gentle soul keep resting in perfect peace. Amen.
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