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Mercy Kenneth Adaeze Net Worth And Biography

Mercy Kenneth Adaeze Net Worth And Biography

Mercy Kenneth Adaeze is the new upcoming Nollywood actress making waves in the movie industry.

Her acting skills has made her famous within a short time in Nigeria and the movie industry..

On this post, we will be taking a deep look on Mercy Kenneth Adaeze Net Worth And Biography.

Mercy Kenneth Adaeze Profile

Name: Mercy Kenneth Adaeze

Age: 12 years old

Date of birth: 8th of April 2009

Occupation: Actress/Model/Singer

Tribe: Igbo

Phone number: Unavailable

Real Mother: Unknown

Net Worth: N2 Million Naira

Mercy Kenneth Adaeze Net Worth And Biography

Mercy Kenneth Adaeze Biography

Mercy Kenneth Adaeze is a popular young Actress, Model, Singer, Comedian from the Nollywood film industry.

She was born on the 8th of April 2009 in Lagos State, Nigeria. The kid actress finished her primary education in the state before moving to Hennah tech International college where she is currently undergoing her secondary school education.

Her acting career started since from her early days. Adaeze has been featured in numerous Nollywood movies which includes:

Princess Is Mine

Peacemaker

Daddy’s Daughter

Zonghoto Kingdom

Battle Cry

War Room

University of Tears

Madam Kids

Some of this movies have won her different awards, Nomination, Fame, recognition and many others due to her talents and skills in every role given to her in movies.

The actress is also one of the most beautiful young Actress trending in the entertainment industry. She is gradually taking over the industry.

Mercy Kenneth Adaeze Net Worth

The net worth of Mercy Kenneth Adaeze was estimated to be around N2 Million Naira. She is among the richest kids in the entertainment industry.

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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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