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Nuhu Abdullahi Biography, Wife, Wedding, And Net Worth

Nuhu Abdullahi Biography, Wife, Wedding, And Net Worth

Nuhu Abdullahi is one of the best actor with amazing personalities in Kannywood. His way of life, style of acting will make you like him instantly.

Nuhu Abdullahi Biography, Wife, Wedding, And Net Worth

He is not a new face in the industry, if you watch a trending Hausa movie titled “Labarina” then you will understand Nuhu Abdullahi very well

In this post, I will share with you some information and facts you would like to know about Nuhu Abdullahi Biography, Wife, Wedding, And Net Worth.

Nuhu Abdullahi Biography

Nuhu Abdullahi is a famous kannywood actor, movie producer in Nigeria. He is well known for his outstanding acting skills in Hausa movies.

He was born in Kano State Nigeria, on January 3 1991. Nuhu started and completed both his primary and secondary education before proceeding to further his studies at the University.

Nuhu begun his acting career firstly as a movie producer in the year 2009 before becoming a full time actor in Kannywood.

He made his way into the Industry after his debut in a movie dubbed “Kanin Mini” this movie made him famous in Nigeria. Nuhu has been featured in different movies like Aisha, Labarina, Taleko Ta Knows, Mugun Zama, Adon Gari, Miji Na, and many more to his credit.

Nuhu Abdullahi Wife

Nuhu Abdullahi is currently married to his beautiful wife named Jamila Abdulnasir. The actor really made a good choice of wife, she is indeed beautiful.

Nuhu Abdullahi Wedding

Nuhu Abdullahi Wedding took place on Saturday 4th 2020. His wedding was one of the best ever in Kannywood.

Nuhu Abdullahi Net Worth

Nuhu Abdullahi Net Worth is estimated to be around $400, 000 dollars as of 2020.

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