Nnenna Rachael Okonkwo as known as Nkoli Nwa Nsukka and better known as Rachael Okonkwo is a renowned Nigerian movie actress, and dancer.
Rachael Okonkwo, a well-known Nigerian movie actress and dancer, was born in the late 1980s to Mr. and Mrs. Okonkwo.
Rachael was born on May 26th, 1987 in Ukpata, Uzo Uwani Local Government Area of Enugu State, Nigeria’s southern state.
She attended elementary and secondary school in Enugu, where she earned her First School Leaving Certificate as well as her West African School Certificate.
Okonkwo debuted in the Nigerian film industry, also known as Nollywood, in 2007. She wanted to join before, but she didn’t get any movie roles, so she started dancing.
Rachael rose to prominence in 2014. ‘Nkoli Nwa Nsukka,’ an Igbo indigenous film produced and directed by Mac Collins Chidebe, catapulted her to fame. A film that went on to become an indigenous blockbuster.
Rachael is also a philanthropist; she founded a platform to help the poor and underprivileged in society.
Is Rachael Okonkwo Married
Currently, she is engaged and so might tie the knot soon.
Okonkwo has won many hearts and awards since she rose to fame. These are some of her awards;
° Best Indigenous Comedy Actress at City Peoples Entertainment Awards, 2014
° Nominated for Best Comedy Actress at Africa Magic Viewers Choice Award, 2016
Since she rose to fame, Rachael has featured in over 100 movies, among others including;
° University Girls
° Vale of Tears
° Not My Child
° Justify My Love
° The Ghost and the Tout
° Teri Teri
° Arthur One Eye
° Onwa Na South
° Left Over
° Zee World Madness
° Eno my calabar love
° Ijele the princess of fire
° Paw Paw the guitar boy
° Nkoli Nwa Nsukka
° Sister Esther
° Open & Close
° Royal War 2
° Local Prostitute
° Please leave my husband
° Tears Of Betrayal
° The Gods Anger
° Bloody War