Young Nigerian actress Regina Daniels has been in the news for one thing or the other, trending over her new found wealth as she continues to acquire expensive things and is well living in luxury.
Regina’s fans have sure praised her on her streak of success and prayed that she would continue to receive God’s blessings.
Most Nigerians however, have been curious about her source of new found wealth.
A report published by e-NIGERIA has claimed that a Nigerian politician is the source of this luxury.
According to e-NIGERIA, former House of Representatives member, Ned Nwoko, is the one financing Daniels. The report claims that Daniels’ mother, Rita, is aware and in support of her daughter’s connection to old-man-Nwoko.
Prince Ned Nwoko, a former House of Reps member from Idumuje-Ugboko in Anioma North, Delta State, a lawyer, and businessman, owns one of the biggest resorts in Africa, Camp Ned; which sits on 43,000 hectares of prime and lush land at his hometown of Idumuje-Ugboko, and also serves as a love haven for him and his lover, Regina Daniels. Hmm..
Married to four wives, with children, Ned Nwoko has been the one splashing cash all over Regina Daniels and spoiling her silly with expensive gifts. He has bought her the expensive cars; the house in GRA Asaba which the actress brandished on social media a couple of days ago, as well as a Rolex wristwatch.
An insider revealed to e-NIGERIA Exclusively that Mr. Nwoko sometimes flies the actress to Abuja on his private jet to one of his cozy homes where he also enjoys quiet times with her.
Hate or like her, Regina Daniels gives no damn. She wrote on her Instagram a few days ago, ‘I love making those that hate me already hate me more.’
Recently, Ned Nwoko married one miss Nwakaego Ukachukwu, his special adviser on legal matters and also gifted her a N20 million BMW car as well as a posh mansion in a high-brow area in Abuja.
Nwoko is a Muslim who represented Aniocha/Oshimili federal constituency and sponsored over 22 successful bills as a member of House of Representatives.
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