Over the weekend, Billionaire businessman Ned Nwoko clocked 59-years-old.
His 6th wife, Regina Daniels, 20 took to her Instagram account to celebrate and expressed her love for him as she shared over 15 beautiful and lovely photos of them together.
In her message to her husband on his birthday, the Nollywood actress wrote: ‘ Words can’t explain how great you are. You are wonderful, amazing, unique, incomparable, handsome, strong, kind-hearted, generous, there are so many unique qualities you possess that I can’t explain…..
May God give you the strength to fulfill all your great ambitions in life. Happy birthday my love! @princenednwoko.’
Back in May 2019, Reginal Daniels and her husband got married traditionally in Delta State, Nigeria. The marriage sparked outrage online as it became known she was getting married to become the 6th wife of the billionaire politician at a younger age.
As soon as they got married, the young actress got initiated into the Aniocha women’s cult. Regina Daniels later explained why she got initiated into the Aniocha women’s cult when she got married to her hubby Ned Nwoko.
In a previous interview with Vanguard. Regina was quoted to have said, ‘first of all, I will not call it an initiation, it is more like being welcome to womanhood and for you to be part of that group. It’s an elite group, you must be married and be a woman of substance. I will say I’m even privileged to be part of that group’.
The pair later did a joint interview with Cool FM OAP, Daddy Freeze where they spoke about their marriage.
On how they met, Ned Nwoko said: ‘Actually, some people thought I met her through her mother. No. We met, fell in love and got married within three weeks”.
On Regina’s part, she admitted she has always had it to mind that she wasn’t going to anyone within her age bracket because of her stubbornness.
”I don’t think I would have married somebody of my age because I am quite stubborn, very stubborn. My head is not down” she said.
The actress also disclosed that when she actually made up her mind to marry Mr. Nwoko, she was only worried about what her family members would say and not the outsiders.
”Individual only thing I was worried about then was how I was going to tell my family. I didn’t think about outside. It was just my family.”
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