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Rita Daniels expresses pride as Regina Daniels celebrates 5th wedding anniversary

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Veteran Nollywood actress Rita Daniels has expressed her pride in her colleague and daughter, Regina Daniels as she celebrates 5th wedding anniversary with billionaire politician husband, Ned Nwoko.

Yesterday, Ned Nwoko and Regina Daniels marked their wedding anniversary with new photos and promising words.

Taking to Instagram Rita Daniels showered her daughter and her husband with prayers for abundant blessings, many years of togetherness and love.

She also made it known that her daughter is her pride.

She wrote, “May God continue to bless your union. As you celebrate another year of togetherness, may you be showered with abundant blessings Wishing you both a lifetime of love, laughter, and God’s blessings.
Father, you have kept them together for these five years. Your infinite grace, goodness, mercy, and protection have always been a part of their marriage. I pray that the power of Christ that sanctifies all will preserve their marriage and guide them in the direction you desire. HAPPY 5TH YEAR MARRIAGE ANNIVERSARY MY PRIDE.”

Recall that Regina Daniels shocked the internet when she got married in April 2019, to politician, Ned Nwoko, who is older than her by 38 years.

Shedding light on her marriage, Regina said she is the stubborn type, hence the reason why she married an older man so she could be submissive. Her husband, on his part, debunked rumors that he met Regina through her mother as he revealed that they fell in love and got married within three weeks.

Kemi Filani recalls that Regina Daniels raised an alarm over her mother, Rita Daniels’ charges for her omugwo services.

The beautiful mother of two, who welcomed her second child on the 29th of June 2022, the same date as her first son, shared the video online where her mother was spotted counting wards of foreign currency.

Regina Daniels made a funny capture along the video, stating that her mother had been charging her for omugwo fees.

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