5 Oct 2016

Expelled Nigerian actress, Rahama Sadau, Apologises for Music Video Role


Embattled leading Nigerian actress, Rahama Sadau, who was banned from the Hausa-language film industry by the regulators of the Kannywood film industry, Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria (MOPPAN), because of her "immoral" behaviour, has apologised.

Sadau was expelled for featuring in Jos born singer, ClassiQ’s new single I Love You music video, "hugging and cuddling" the Nigerian pop singer. The video was tagged romantic and thus against the rule of MOPPAN who announced her expulsion on Sunday, October 2, 2016.


In a letter she posted on her Instagram page on Tuesday, Rahama said she could not have played her role in the music video to hurt anyone.



Hausa films are popular in the mostly Muslim northern Nigeria where it is taboo for men and women to hold hands in public.

Referred to as Queen of Kannywood, Sadau is the winner of Best Actress at the City People Awards in 2014 and 2015.

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