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Why I Married Regina Daniels – Billionaire, Ned Nwoko Finally Opens Up

The much talked about marriage between young Nigerian actress Regina Daniels and businessman and philanthropist Ned Nwoko still remains a hugely debated issue among their countrymen on various social media platforms.

Their marriage brought a huge controversy after many accused the mother of Regina Daniels, Rita Daniels of pushing her young daughter to marry an old man because of financial gains.

Their age difference is 40 years, however, as the saying goes, age is just a number, the couple claims they have found love with each other.

In a conversation with Kemiashefonlovehaven, the 59-year-old billionaire Ned Nwoko opened up regarding his marriage life and confirmed the fact that he is a staunch Muslim and therefore, has the right to marry as many women he wants.

The smart politician who is already married to five women claimes that his action is based on the principles of the Islamic religion.

Let’s take this opportunity to learn about the two love birds.

Regina Daniels Background

Regina Daniels (born October 10, 2000) is a Nigerian actress and film producer.

Daniels attended Hollywood International School and in 2018, Daniels proceeded to study Mass Communication at Igbinedion University.

She started movie making at the age of seven; her mother (Rita Daniels) is an actress. She got support from her mother and her siblings.

Her first movie was Marriage of Sorrow which earned her 10,000 Nigerian Naira. She featured in a Nollywood movie titled “Miracle Child” in 2010.

In January 2019 Daniels was appointed Atiku Abubakar’s Youth Campaign Coordinator. In February 2020 she launched a magazine named after her at a hotel in Abuja.

Ned Nwoko Background

Prince Ned Nwoko (born Chinedu Munir Nwoko on December 21, 1960) is a Nigerian lawyer, politician, and humanitarian.

He was a member of the House of Representatives (Nigeria) between 1999 and 2003 representing Aniocha North-South and Oshimili North-South.

He took his Malaria Awareness campaign to South Pole, Antarctica [making him one of a few Nigerians who have ever made it to Antarctica.
Source: Wikipedia

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