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Chioma Nwaoha Blessing Biography, Age, Career, And Net Worth

Chioma Nwaoha Blessing Biography, Age, Career, And Net Worth

The Nollywood Movie industry is indeed blessed with beautiful actresses like Chioma Nwaoha Blessing. She is one of the good looking actress who has made name for herself in the Nigeria film Industry.

On this post, I will share with you Chioma Nwaoha Blessing Biography, Age, Career, And Net Worth.

Chioma Nwaoha Blessing Profile

Real Name: Chioma Nwaoha Blessing

Age: 25 years old

State of origin: Imo State

Occupation: Actress/Model

Tribe: Igbo

Marital Status: Single

Net worth: $300, 000

Chioma Nwaoha Blessing Biography, Age, Career, And Net Worth

Chioma Nwaoha Blessing Biography

Chioma Nwaoha is a popular Nigeria actress, and Model, She is known for her lead role in the Movie “Kings Wife”

The beautiful Nollywood actress was born and raised by her parents in Imo State, Nigeria.

She did both her primary and secondary school education in the state before moving further to the University of Port Harcourt where she got her Bachelor’s Degree.

Chioma Nwaoha Blessing Age

Chioma Nwaoha Blessing was born 2nd November 1995. She is currently 25 years old as of now.

Career

Her acting career begin since from her school days. She made her way into the industry after her outstanding performance in some of her movies. Chioma Nwaoha has appeared in more than 30 Nollywood movies since joining the Industry.

Some of her movies includes:

Kings wife

Festival Of Seduction

Bad Blood

Love And Echoes

Water Girl

Cursed

Strong Feeling

Bishop Girls

Woman On Fire

And Many More.

Chioma Nwaoha Blessing Net Worth

The net worth of Chioma Nwaoha Blessing was calculated to be around $300,000. She is one of the richest Nollywood actresses In Nigeria.

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