Last night which was Saturday night was a night for dancing, singing, and celebration for some of Kannywood celebrities. An event that took place in Kano, celebrating Alhaji Nura Ali Ma'aji saw the faces of high-rated Kannywood celebrities.
One person that stole the show the most was Queen of Kannywood, Rahama Sadau. She posted some photos from the event on her Instagram page. The actress was looking stunning for the event, and as usual, captured the eyes of people at the place. She could always do this because she is a top celebrity in Northern Nigeria, and also one of the most beautiful ladies the industry has.
Most of the video shows the actress dancing to every of the performance and also brought new cash to spray in the event.
Ali Jita, Hamisu Breaker, and Ado Gwanja all performed at the event center. Dj emzor was also there to give the latest jams. Kannywood actor, Umar M Sheriff was also spotted. Alhaji Nura had smiles all over his face for how they made the event lively and one to remember.
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