Meet Ruth Kadiri's Daughter, A Carbon Copy Of Her Mom
By Ucee101 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 315 views
Ruth Kadiri is a Nigerian actor and screenwriter who has featured in so many Nollywood movies. Ruth Kadiri is so talented and smart when it comes to acting, she has made many fans because of the way she carries out the roles giving to her. What baffles me the most about this young beautiful lady is the way she chooses to live her life, simply speaking her lifestyle. Ruth is not a social media type, she hardly posts and you can never see her in any Twitter war.
Ruth is happily married to one Mr Ezerika and their marriage is blessed with a beautiful baby girl. This girl so much looks like her mother Ruth. Her nose, her eyes, her smiles everything just like Ruth's. In fact, she is just the carbon copy of Ruth Kadiri.
See some stunning pictures of Ruth and her baby girl.
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