Regina Daniel traditional wedding to Ned Nwoko (PHOTOS)

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It has been reported that the traditional wedding of Regina Daniels and Ned Nwoko, took place today in Delta. The couple ditched the normal traditional outfit for simple wear. Now that the ceremony has been performed Regina Daniels, is officially the 6th wife of billionaire politician Ned Nwoko, 59. Here are first photos from the traditional wedding of Regina Daniels to Ned Nwoko below;

According to Lindaikejiblog who had reported earlier that the traditional wedding between the Regina and her billionaire husband would be done in hush way has turned out to be true. It was disclosed by a confirmed source that the event will not be graced by celebrities who participated with her on the Children’s Day Carnival which was recently held in Agbor and it seems they got what they want as it was a quiet ceremony.

It would be recalled that two days ago, Regina’s mother, Mrs. Rita Daniels couldn’t contain the joy she was feeling over the initiation of her daughter to womanhood. The mother was standing side by side with her daughter, all through the ceremony on the 26th of May. Smiling graciously as she offered her daughter her immeasurable support.

It was also gathered that Regina’s mother has been overly excited about her daughter’s marriage to the billionaire but Regina doesn’t seem as enthusiastic. Even though she played a façade of looking and seeming happy.  The  beautiful actress reportedly looked lost most of the time but this isn’t the case with her mother.

The initiation which was graced by prominent men and women, both from Nollywood and families of the couples. The local’s groups of the Anioma communities were also present to celebrate with the teen actress at the marriage induction by the women of ootu -udu community.

The initiation which was graced by prominent men and women, both from Nollywood and families of the couples. The local’s groups of the Anioma communities were also present to celebrate with the teen actress at the marriage induction by the women of ootu -udu community.