Rachael Okonkwo Nnenna, popularly known as Nkoli Nwa Nsukka, is a Nigerian actress who was born on May 26, 1987. Her most well-known work is the film of the same name.
She adopted the character’s persona, and as a result, she was given the character’s name, which she has since adopted as her nickname. She is a talented actress as well as being gorgeous on set.
Rachael Okonkwo Age
Rachael Okonkwo is 34 years of age as at 2021.
|Date of Birth||26 May 1987|
|Occupation||Actress, Brand Ambassador, Philanthropist|
|State of Origin||Enugu State|
|Alma Mata||University of Nigeria|
|Net worth||$1 million dollars|
Rachael Okonkwo Home Town and Village
Rachael Okonkwo is from Ukpata, a town in Uzo Uwani Local Government Area of Enugu State (Nigeria).
Rachael Okonkwo Education
She studied at the University of Nigeria in Nsukka, which is in the Enugu state. She started acting as a child, but due to a scarcity of film roles, she switched to dancing.
Rachael Okonkwo Career
After registering with the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) Enugu Chapter at the National Museum in GRA, Enugu, Nigeria, Rachael Okonkwo began her professional career in the Nigerian film industry (Nollywood) in 2007. She started going to movie auditions and playing little roles.
In 2007, she began appearing in Nollywood, although primarily in minor roles. She starred alongside Ini Edo and Van Vicker in Royal War 2 in 2008, and Patience Ozokwor and John Okafor in Open and Close 1&2 in 2010. Nkoli Nwa Nsukka’s performance as Nkoli was her first major role and, as a result, her breakout film in 2014.
Rachael Okonkwo received the City People Entertainment Awards for Best Indigenous Comedy Actress in 2014. She was nominated for Best Comedy Actress of the Year at the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards in 2016 for her work as Nkoli in Mac Collins Chidebe’s film “Nkoli Nwa Nsukka.”
Rachael Okonkwo Husband
Rachael Okonkwo Philanthropy and Carnivals
Rachael Okonkwo is a Philanthropist as well. She accomplishes this by distributing presents and entertaining attendees at an annual Carnival.
The first version, dubbed “Youngsters Easter Carnival,” took place in Enugu in 2015, with gifts being presented to children.