On March 12, 1980, Chioma Chukwuka was born in Lagos State. She is from Oraifite, in the Ekwusigo Local Government Area of Nigeria’s Anambra State. At Onward Nursery and Primary School in Lagos State, she finished primary school. She then continued to the Federal Government Girls College in Onitsha, Anambra State, for her secondary education. The next stop for Chioma was Lagos State University, where she pursued a degree in banking and finance. Also, it is claimed that she attended the School of Media and Communication at Pan Atlantic University.
She began her acting career when she was young and has worked in the film industry for over twenty years. She was a singer and dancer before dedicating herself to the cinematography profession. However, she made her acting debut after appearing in “The Apple” in 2000. For her work in the film “Sins of the flesh,” she received the Africa Movie Academy Award for “Best Actress in a Leading Role” in 2007. In 2010, she received the Afro Hollywood Award for “Best Actress in a Leading Role.”
Chioma Chukwuka was born into the illustrious family of Chief Leonard Chukwuka and Mrs. Egoyibo Chukwuka. Out of the family’s five children, Chioma Chukwuka is the eldest. There are four siblings in her home.
Her parents are Leonard Ndukaife Chukwuka and Grace Egoyibo Chukwuka, who supported her studies and inspired her career. On 22 May 2013, she lost her mother to the icy grip of death while her father still lives.
Chioma Chukwuka, Yours Truly, People, November 28, 2023
In February 2006, Chioma Chukwuka married Franklyn Akpotha. There have been rumors of a divorce, but nothing concrete has been confirmed. The couple has been married for over 16 Years.
Two sisters and two brothers make up the actress’s four siblings. Her brothers are Tochukwu Chukwuka and Chiagozie Chukwuka, while her sisters are Oge Alfred and Ify Chuks.
Chioma is a private person and keeps her family away from the media and the prying eyes of the press. However, she is said to have two children. In 2007 she gave birth to a male, then a few years later, a girl.