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Ado Gwanja Net Worth And Biography



Ado Gwanja Net Worth And Biography

Ado Gwanja is one of the best Hausa actor from the Kannywood movie industry.

He is also a renowned singer who sings mostly for women during occasion and party as well.

Let’s take a look at Ado Gwanja Net Worth And Biography

Ado Gwanja Biography

Ado Gwanja whose full name is Isah Ado is a popular Kannywood actor, Singer, Songwriter and Comedian.

Gwanja was born into the family of a Kano small business owner on November 1994.

He grew up in the state where he started his education, Gwanja first completed his primary school before proceeding to secondary to attain his SSCE certificate.

Upon finishing his high school, Ado Gwanja didn’t went further with his education but rather he ventured into the Kannywood industry.

He made his way fully into the industry in 2017. Gwanja drew the attention of people when he released a music titled “Kujeran Tsakar Gida” this songs was loved especially by women in the northern.

Due to his talents in Music, Gwanja is always invited to several partys to perform.



Ado didn’t just stopped at music alone, he ventured into acting too, some of his kannywood movies are Dan Kuka, Daga, Dan Kuka A Birnin and others.

Ado Gwanja Net Worth And Biography

He has won numerous awards for his outstanding acting and singing skills in the industry.

In the year 2019, Ado Gwanja made a bold step to get married to the love of his life.

He currently has the most beautiful wife in the industry, presently he have one daughter called Maimuna.

Ado Gwanja Net Worth

Ado Gwanja is one of the richest young celebrity in Kannywood. The net worth of Ado Gwanja was estimated to be around N30 Million Naira as of 2021.

Ado Gwanja Profile

Real Name: Isah Ado

Place of birth: Kano State

Occupation: Actor, Musician, Songwriter, Comedian

Tribe: Hausa

Religion: Muslim

Marital Status: Married

Net Worth: N30 Million Naira

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Source: https://naijadailys.com.ng



Mbah Chinedu

I’ve made up stories in my head for as long as I can remember—I put myself to sleep at night when I was young by rewriting the plots and endings of books I’d read. I assumed this was normal and everyone else did it, too, until I began getting weird looks when I talked about it. Finally, when I was twelve, I figured it out and decided I’d be a writer when I grew up.

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