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Habibat Jinad, who was born in the 1980s in Kano state but is originally from Abeokuta in Ogun state, is the third child of the family. She had her basic education at UD Oke Ijeun Abeokuta and her secondary education at the state high school Alimosho in Lagos state. She began acting in 2007, and in 2010 she enlisted with Double A Entertainment, run by Afeez Owo. She produced the 2010 film Omo Komo, which catapulted her into the spotlight.

She has produced more than 4 films, including Omo Komo, Iku Lokunrin, Oba Meji, and Anjola, to name a few, in addition to acting. Omotola Jalade Ikehinde, Madam Saje, Bimbo Akintola, Ayo Adesanya, and Odunlade Adekola are just a handful of the celebrities she looks up to in the industry. On May 15, 2020, Habibat Jinad—who was born in the year 1984—would turn 36.

Recently, this actress opened up about her struggles in life. She said that when she had to move back to Abeokuta to live with her grandmother in 1998, a woman selling meat was introduced to her. The woman taught the actress how to cut, purchase, and sell meat. However, the actress expressed gratitude to God, saying that the worst of times don’t last forever and that we don’t always look like what we have experienced. She hasn’t earned a college degree yet.

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She hasn’t earned a college degree yet. She has received numerous award nominations. Joshua, the son of Habibat Jinad, who would turn 14 on April 27, was also in the movie business when she got engaged to his father, who is now regrettably late. Joshua enjoys both acting and football.

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