- Ned Nwoko has said he'll love to witness the birth of his child with Regina Daniels
- The billionaire businessman revealed this in a live video chat with Ovation boss, Dele Momodu
- He, however, didn't specify if she'll welcome their baby in Nigeria or abroad
Nigerian billionaire businessman, Ned Nwoko, is no doubt trying his best to be there for his youngest wife and Nollywood star, Regina Daniel, at every step in her pregnancy journey.
The couple who had a live chat with Ovation boss, Dele Momodu, were seen wearing the same glow of love and happiness newlywed couples are known for.
When asked if he'll be present at Regina Daniels' delivery of their child, Nwoko said that he would love to be there especially if he is chanced and that he was present for the birth of his other kids in the UK.
The billionaire also added that he is not sure if she is going to give birth in Nigeria or in another country.
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Regina recently wowed her fans and followers on social media after she took to the platform to share a video of herself grooving with her baby bump.
The expectant young mom in a TikTok video shared to her Instagram page is seen dressed in a turtle neck crop top and a pair of fitted pants.
Bumping to a popular TikTok tune, a heavily pregnant Regina danced while showing off her bare pregnancy bump.
While fans continue to celebrate the film star over her impending motherhood, a concerned fan took to the comment section to warn the actress against posting her baby bump photos while still pregnant.
The fan identified as Christopher Uzochukwu (@chrisuzzy) said that Regina should emulate celebrity girlfriend, Chioma, who did not post photos of her baby bump until after the delivery of her child. Explaining further, Chris said that the evil on social media is more than the one in the village.
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