- Nollywood actor Victor Osuagwu's daughter Angel shared an adorable video with the movie star on social media
- Victor described Angel as his doctor, secretary, and petition writer
- The veteran film star then went on to give young men a strong warning about his lovely daughter
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Victor Osuagwu is one of the Nollywood actors who made many Nigerians laugh through his funny roles in movies.
Although the actor isn't as regular on TV screens as before, he still remains one of Nigerians' favourite actors.
Recently, Victor's first daughter called Angel took to her page on Twitter to share a video of herself with the actor. In the video, the veteran film star was dressed in a native attire while his daughter donned a red outfit.
The movie star looked very clean and handsome as he hailed his beautiful daughter he referred to as Ada. As the comic actor hailed Angel, calling her sweet names in Igbo language, the young woman kept posing and changing her style.
The father and daughter soon burst out laughing before the actor proceeded to warn young men to steer clear of his daughter.
"Don't ask for her number o. Don't even try it. I will wound somebody."
Watch the adorable video below:
In other news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that actress Patience Ozokwor celebrated her lookalike daughter on her birthday.
In an Instagram post, Mama G as she is popularly called, shared several selfies with Chioma and also a single photo of the birthday girl.
Ozokwo accompanied it with a caption in which she showered her with sweet words as she thanked God for everything about Chioma.
Read the cute message below:
"Chiomam, Chioma Mama, Ada Peshé, Nneude Nwaokwor, Wendisco, Ada Ejieje Nba, Obi Omam Happy birthday my darling daughter. I am grateful to God for everything about you. Enjoy your day and remain blessed in Jesus name."
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