Kannywood actresss Ummi Rahab is the new face of Kannywood. The beautiful 18 year old actress is full of talent, experience and creativity. It can be attributed to her years of experience in acting profession. Ummi Rahab came into prominence 10 years ago after she got featured in the film "Takwara Ummi".
The film was a blockbuster. The actress was just 8 years of age when she acted in the film. Ummi Rahab acted perfectly without flaws. She never looked at the camera. The actress acted as if she was professional.
Ummi Rahab continued acting for another two more years. Before she went off the screen to finish her primary and secondary education. She is presently schooling at Northwest University Kano for a degree program.
Initially, Ummi Rahab mentioned that she would only returned to the scene after the completion of her studies. Surprisingly, she came back to the Kannywood industry much earlier.
Ummi Rahab is presently in a series sitcom called "Farin Wata". The film was released in January 2021. But has only been shown in cinemas. Fans are anticipating for the release of the film to the market. We hope it would be a very educative and interesting film to watch
Ummi Rahab with Adam A Zango had always share a very close relationship. They have acted together in the past as father and daughter. But now that Ummi Rahab is an adult, we don't know whether the tables would turn the other way round. They might just act as couples.
We selected beautiful pictures of Ummi Rahab with her mentor Adam A Zango. Checkout the lovely pictures below
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