Hadiza Gabon Biography
Hadiza Aliyu, also known as Hadiza Gabon, is a Nigerian actress and filmmaker. She is popularly known for her role in the Hausa movies.
Referred to as “Queen of Kannywood”, the Hausa language cinema of Nigeria. She is regarded as one of the most popular actresses considered by many in Kannywood and a good role model as she appears to be highly cultured and well dressed. Hadiza serves as an ambassador for MTN Nigeria and Indomie and has won the Best Actress Jury Award at the 2nd Kannywood Award Supported by MTN Nigeria. She presently serves as the founder of the HAG Foundation.
Hadiza Gabon Age
She was born on 1 June 1989 in Libreville, Republic of Gabon. Gabon is 30 years old as of 2019.
Hadiza Gabon Family
Hadiza Aliyu is the daughter of Malam Aliyu who is an elder statesman. On her father’s side, Hadiza is of Gabonese descent, and on her mother’s side, she is of Fulani ancestry from Adamawa State, Nigeria.
Hadiza Gabon Education
Aliyu attended primary and secondary schools in her birth country. Where she wrote her A-Level examination with an aspiration to become a lawyer. Later, chose Law as her favorite degree course. She started her university year as a student but had to drop out of school due to some issues that trailed her studies. Her education was halted then and that gave her the opportunity. She attended a diploma program in the French Language. Later became a French-language teacher in a private school.
Hadiza Gabon Career
Aliyu moved to Kaduna, Nigeria upon developing an interest to join Kannywood with her cousin. She then met with Ali Nuhu and sought for his assistance in launching her acting career where she first featured in Artabu movie in 2009.
Hadiza Gabon lights up a picture whenever she comes across either as a lead or supporting actress in some of those critically acclaimed Kannywood (as the movie industry up North is called) movies. The large Kannywood crowd cheer at her whenever her name appears on a movie credit line. Ask for the natural beauty and magnetic star that has proved that she is good at what she is doing and fingers will point to the Kannywood shinning star Hadiza Aliyu who is popular as Hadiza Gabon.
She Was Born and raised in Gabon to a father who is a Gabonese and a Fulani mum who is from Mubi in Adamawa State, Hadiza whose close friends describe as genial, well mannered, cultured and good dressed, had her early education in Gabon where she studied and was awarded a diploma in French.
Hadiza joined Kannywood not too long after she arrived in Nigeria. She had a chance encounter with top Kannywood actor Ali Nuhu who encouraged her to give acting a shot after the actress who described Ali Nuhu as her ‘brother, mentor, and adviser,’ had sought his assistance to launch out as an actress. With the help and guidance of Ali Nuhu and later Aminu Sherrif whom she named as one of her mentors, Hadiza got her to break in Kannywood as one of the leading ladies in the urban telling Zaman Take…
Hadiza Gabon Movies
- Daina Kuka
- Farar Saka
- Fataken Dare
- Jinin Mijina
- Umarnin Uwa
- Umarnin Uwa
- A’isha Humaira
- Yar Maye
- Badi Ba Rai
- Dare Daya
- Wata Tafi Wata
- Da Kai Zan Gana
- Ban Sani Ba
- Mai Dalilin Aure
- Daga Ni Sai Ke
- Ali Yaga Ali
- Daga Ni Sai Ke
- Uba da ‘Da
- Indon Kauye
- Kwankwasiyya Award – Kwankwasiyya Award – 2013
- 2013 Best of Nollywood Awards – Best Actress (Hausa) – 2013
- 2nd Kannywood/MTN Awards – Best Actress of the Year(Jury Choice) – 2014
- Kannywood AWA 24 Film & Merit Award – Best Supporting Actress – 2015
- African Hollywood Awards – Best Actress – 2016
Hadiza Gabon Instagram
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Court orders immediate arrest of Kannywood actress Hadiza Gabon
A magistrate court has ordered the arrest of a Kannywood actress – The court ordered the actress’ immediate arrest for failing to show up to the arraignment – It was gathered that the actress was accused of assault by Mustapha Badamasi Naburaska A chief magistrate court has ordered the immediate arrest of Kannywood actress Hadizu Aliyu Gabon.
The court sitting in Kano had granted the order to the Kano state commissioner of police. Mohammed Wakili, the commissioner of police, was asked to effect an immediate arrest of the Hausa actress. The bench warrant for her arrest was granted over her failure to show up to her arraignment. The actress had been invited to court over assault allegations made against her by one Mustapha Badamasi Naburaska who accused her of assault.