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Ummi Ibrahim Zee Zee Net Worth And Biography

Ummi Ibrahim Zee Zee Net Worth And Biography

When you go to the Kannywood film industry, Ummi Ibrahim Zee Zee is a household name in Kannywood.

She is among the beautiful actress who brought fame for the Hausa film industry due to their performance in acting.

Ummi Ibrahim Zee Zee Net Worth And Biography

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Ummi Ibrahim Zee Zee Net Worth

Ummi Ibrahim Zee Zee net worth was calculated to be around $300, 000, she is one of the richest Kannywood actress.

Ummi Ibrahim Zee Zee Biography

Ummi Ibrahim known as Zee Zee is a famous actress, Songwriter, and singer from the Kannywood industry.

She was born (1987) in Borno, Maiduguri to her lovely parents who are residents of the state.

Ummi did both her primary and secondary school education in Borno State before moving further to tertiary institution.

She started her acting career after her tertiary education, since joining the Industry Ummi has appeared in numerous movies like Jinsi, Dan Uwa, Ado Gari, And others.

The actress also won awards and recognition her good roles in those movies. Ummi have acted alongside Kannywood actors/actresses like Sani Danja, Fati Washa, Ali Nuhu, Yakubu Mohammed.

Ummi Ibrahim is beautiful, talented and also intelligent in all, she interpret every roles been given to her.

The actress was long ago rumoured to be in a relationship with Timaya a popular Nigeria singer which was debunk by the actress.

She is among the Hausa actress whose acting skills and performance will always be remembered among Kannywood fans.

Ummi Ibrahim Zee Zee Profile

Name: Ummi Ibrahim

Nickname: Zee Zee

Age: 32 years old

Place of birth: Borno, Maiduguri

Profession: Acting/Singing, businesswoman.

Tribe: Hausa

Religion: Muslim

Net worth: $300, 000.

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