Five female artists from Hausa film industry have shared new updates on social media. The celebrities are Aisha Humaira, Mansura Isa, Safarau 90 days, Samira ahmed and Ummi Ibro. The pictures have generated so much reactions on Instagram. A lot of comments and likes were seen dropping on their pages at the time of filling this article. They used their verified Instagram handles to communicate the development.
All of them deserves salutation for being stylish. Their adore is second to none in the entertainment industry.
Below is Aisha Humaira wearing Ankara and a black vail. The actress shared the photo from far away Saudi Arabia. She is currently conducting lesser Hajj.
Below is Safarau 90 days rocking a multi coloured fabric.
Below is Mansura Isa wearing 'Kampala' fabric. She can be seen with a deep smile.Below is Ummi Ibro and Adamu Dauda Kahutu Rarara. The artists can be seen in happy mood.
Below is Samira Ahmed looking bright.
Photo Credit: Instagram
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