KUBURA DHACKO QUITS ACTING, JETS OFF TO MALAYSIA
Kubura Dhacko, charming and beautiful Kannywood actress, has put a stop to her acting career. Trust Entertainment learnt that she decided to pursue her further educational career in far away Malaysia,..
where she secured admission in one of the country's universities to read Public Administration.
The actress is a well-known face, if not for anything, then for causing a storm of controversy in the troubled Hausa movie industry, firmly rooted in Kano. She also has a lot of admirers and enemies for her special roles in various Hausa home videos.
One of her fans, who wants to remain anonymous, intimated our reporter that Kubura is very unique when it comes to acting roles in movies. She created a special style of acting, more especially using her beautiful eyes in creating sensational scenes.
One of the controversies attributed to the actress, is the now-infamous Hiyana saga because feelers had it that it was Kubura who circulated the offensive, pornographic flicks to the public. It was that singular act that set Kannywood in turmoil.
Trust Entertainment has learnt that the Kano State Film Makers Association had placed a one-year ban on her head and thus prohibited from featuring in any movie within the period.
Until the Hiyana debacle, Kubura Dhacko was a student of Bayero University, Kano, where she combined academic work and acting. In an interview she granted a popular Hausa magazine, the actress told the reporter the reason she withdrew from the university was truancy, as she missed most of her lectures when she was on film locations.
Before she went to Malaysia, our reporter gathered that Kubura was also in Saudi Arabia with the aim of pursuing a trade, after disposing her flashy, expensive car. Her sojourn in Saudi Arabia was short as she was deported back to Nigeria a week after.
Kubura Dachko has found solace in Malaysia, courtesy of her boyfriend whom, it was learnt, sourced admission for her in one of the universities. She told the magazine that she decided to put a stop to acting career for her to concentrate on her studies.
"Not even after I complete my studies," Kubura categorically promised, not to return to acting, saying she would seek for employment in the civil service.