- New bride Regina Daniels has shared some details about being married to her billionaire husband, Ned Nwoko
- The actress also shed some light on her initiation into Aniocha women group
- Report of the initiation had got many talking and making assumptions on social media
Actress and wife of billionaire Ned Nwoko, Regina Daniels, has shared some details about her life after becoming a wife. The actress talked about changes in her life and what she loves about her husband.
In a candid interview with Vanguard, the young wife expressed that she loves the fact that her husband is honesty. She also noted that being married did not stop her from hanging with the people she hung out with before.
Daniels also addressed a question that was on almost everyone's mind after she was initiated into Aniocha women group. Many wanted to know what it was about, and she noted in the interview that what happened was not an initiation but a welcome to womanhood.
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She expressed to Vanguard that it was a privilege for her because the Aniocha women group is for an elite group of married women.
The actress 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."
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According to her, she wants to expand in the industry. She wants to produce, direct and also enter the Hollywood acting scene.
Daniels further stated that marriage has not stopped her from doing what she did before, adding that marriage has given her more privilege.
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