Regina Daniels has hit out at reports which claim that she and her billionaire husband Ned Nwoko are not on speaking terms.
The actress who decided to go on a little holiday with her step children took to her snapchat to declare her undying love for her 59-year-old husband.
She also warned the haters to stay away: “It’s not to my face…. Can somebody please just help me tell my husband how much I love him so so so much. So f**k what you all say but take it or not, I love you Mr Ned Nwoko, with all my heart.”
The actress has faced severe criticism for her marriage to the Nigerian senator mainly because of the huge age gap between the two with comments regularly popping up on her Instagram condemning her with some even criticizing the fact that her husband doesn’t feature much on her Instagram feed as this commenter put it: “Why do u find it difficult to post ur husbands picture? And u r professing ur love for him, hmmm be deciving urself”
As if directly hitting back at this, Regina Daniels has now put up the first official photo of herself and Ned Nwoko as a couple.
She simply captioned the post with 3 hearts and in the photo, a smiling Ned Nwoko holds on to his new wife.
Meanwhile, Ned Nwoko has contributed in a big way to ailing Nollywood actors as he donated N10 million to the leadership of Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN).
President of the guild Mr. Ejezie Emeka Rollas had paid him a courtesy visit when he made it known that he would be gifting them that sum of money.
Thanking him for his largesse, Rollas said: “On behalf of the Board of Trustees and National Executives and members of the Actors Guild of Nigeria, we bring you warm tidings and felicitations on the successful marriage rites of your beloved wife and our member. Actors Guild of Nigeria was established over 15 years ago and it is the “Face of Nollywood” as our members are Branding Ambassadors who project the positive image of our dear country Nigeria to the world and champion the propagation of culture and tourism through our movies.”
“We would like to thank you for the positive influence you have had on the entertainment industry in Nigeria and support for youths empowerment. Our ultimate objective as a Guild is to deliver better professional and empowerment for our members, provide for their long-term welfare.”