Actress Ibinabo Fiberesima in her reaction to the union between Ned Nwoko and Regina Daniels, has said if the couple have found love in each other, then they should be left alone to enjoy their lives.
According to Ibinabo, as against the claims that Ned is only using Regina to gain popularity for his political ambition, the politician is a man of integrity and she can vouch for him any time any day
“I can stake everything on Prince Ned Nwoko’s integrity. I know him personally and so I can vouch for him. If he’s found happiness in Regina and she’s accepted to reciprocate, then I think it’s the height of hypocrisy and joblessness to interfere in their lives. Regina is my daughter, I love her and will always be there for her. Rita is my sister and I adore her as a dotting mother. Prince Ned is a big brother and I am deeply inspired by him.”
“I stand with Prince Ned and Regina Nwoko and their inalienable right to happiness. I say to them Happy Married life. May God bless your union with joy and beautiful children and may He use you both as a source of succour to many Nigerians; amen.
God bless us all.”
And then in another post, she wrote:
She will not be the first in this scenario and will not be the last and I strongly detest her being made a victim of her success. Regina is not underaged, she is a full fledged professional, an adult under the Nigerian law and is competent to make her own decisions. Majority of those crying blue murder and insulting Prince Ned Nwoko would sacrifice their families to be in Regina’s shoes. Finally, the girl doesn’t give two about your opinion, she made her choice and everyone is bound to respect same.
I have known Regina since childhood and have never known a more humble, decent young lady given to high puritan values, discipline and family ethics. Indeed her mother RIta is an example of how a strong black African woman should be. Passionate about her children and willing to give her life to see them succeed along just lines. I never even heard about these bad belle Nigerians when Regina and her mother weathered the storm that is the Nigerian film industry.