Popular and talented Nigeria actor, Chinedu Ikedieze AKA Aki, is no doubt one of the best actor in the Nollywood. He actually got the household name 'Aki' in the famous 2002 movie "Aki na Ukwa" with his close friend Pawpaw (Osita Iheme). His acting skill is above excellent because he acts any character given to him perfectly.
However, not many of his fans or Nigerian has seen the multi-talented younger sister who looks almost like him and his Parents. Meanwhile, apart from being an actor, Chinedu Ikedieze is also a movie producer, serial investor and entrepreneur.
Born on the 12th of December, 1977, Chinedu Ikedieze will be 44 years this year 2021. He has starred alongside many popular actors and actresses in movies like: Okwu na uka, The Catechist, The Tom and Jerry, Aka Gum, Pipiro, School Dropouts, Lagos boys, Charge and Bail, 2 rats, Aki na Ukwa, Escape to Destiny and more.
Born and raised in Bende, Abia State, Chinedu Ikedeize was born into the family of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ikedeize Ogbonna. He also has a younger sister called Joyce Chinwe. Not much is being said about her, but according to him he said she is the last child of the family.
HIS YOUNGER SISTER
Judging from the above pictures, one can be able to ascertain that she is truly the sister to Aki because of the resemblance and skin colour.
Say something about her sister and parents below.
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