Ummi Rahab is a movie star in the Hausa film industry. The actress was recently involved in a heated fight with actor Adam Abdullahi Zango, who has been featuring her in most of his movies since when she joined the movie industry. Her life story is worth to be discussed here.
Rahab Saleh Ahmed, popularly known as Ummi Rahab, is a talented and beautiful Kannywood actress. She was born (7th April 2003) in Saudi Arabia but grew up in Kano where she completed her primary and secondary education.
She joined the film industry at the age of 12 and made her first appearance in a blockbuster movie titled "Ummi Takwara" alongside Adam Zango, Jamila Nagudu, and Hadizan Saima.
The beautiful actress became a household name in the industry courtesy of Adam Zango who served as her mentor, father, and source of her inspiration.
The actress has acted in many Kannywood films alongside actors like Umar M Shariff, Ali Nuhu, Adam, and Lilin Baba. Her movies include Wuf, Takwara Ummi, Tsaka Mai Wuya, and many others.
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Article credit: Daily Trust, Saharanewswatch
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