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Meet The 8 Popular Kannywood Actresses That Rarely Wear Hijab Off-screen.

Kannywood Industry is one of the most successful and popular film industries in Africa. Kannywood movies are produced mainly in the Hausa language.

The Kannywood industry is dominated by Hausa/Fulani celebrities from Nigeria, Niger Republic, Ghana, Gabon and other neighboring countries.

Hijab is one of the main dress codes in Kannywood movies. Every actress in the industry wears Hijab but off-screen, some of the top actresses in the industry rarely wear Hijab. Although their pictures wearing hijab can be found, but such pictures are rare.

Below is the list of 8 popular Kannywood actresses that rarely wear hijab off-screen.

1. Raham Sadau: Rahma is the most successful actress in the history of Kannywood industry. She features in both Kannywood and Nollywood movies.

2. Nafisa Abdullahi: Nafisa Abdullahi is also a very successful Kannywood actress. She is very popular in the Northern part of Nigeria. She usually uploads stunning photos on her Instagram account.

3. Fati Shu'uma: Fatima Shuma is also a very popular Kannywood actress that rarely wears the hijab off-screen.

4. Aisha Najamu: Aisha is a beautiful actress who became very popular for her excellent performance in the 'Izzar so' series film.

5. Ummi Rahab: The young Kannywood actress who started acting in the Kannywood industry at a young age, she also rarely wears hijab off-screen.

6. Maryam Abdullahi Yola: Is also another successful Kannywood actress.

7. Maryam Madam Korede: Maryam is a Yoruba by tribe who acts in the Kannywood industry. She rarely wears the hijab off-screen.

8. Lailah Labarina: Lailah is also a top Kannywood actress who became very popular for her excellent performance in 'Labarina' series film.

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