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Watch as Billionaire Ned Nwoko and wife Regina Daniels held a ceremony for their second son



Nigerian actress, Regina Daniels and her billionaire husband, Ned Nwoko, recently held their second son’s christening.

Recall that they welcomed their second son on the same day as their first child’s birthday.

The couple’s close friends and family were present, including Regina’s mother, Rita Daniels and Ned’s children from his other wives.

Taking to her official Instagram page, Regina posted a heartwarming video from the naming ceremony.

The new parents were surrounded by Regina’s proud mother who was beaming with smiles .

The newborn’s name was also revealed to be Khalifa Chimka Nwaora Ned Nwoko.

In the video, the billionaire father also revealed that the ambassador present at the event was their son’s godfather.

In the caption of the post, Regina wrote: “The gathering of family and friends for the naming of our new born baby. Prince Khalifa Chimka Nwaorah Ned Nwoko”.

Prince Ned Munir Nwoko is a British trained Lawyer. 

Born on December 21, 1960, into the Idumuje- Ugboko Royal family in Aniocha North Local Government Area of Delta state , Prince Nwoko attended the University of Keele in Staffordshire, United Kingdom. Here he acquired his Bachelors degree in Law and History.

He then obtained an LLM in Maritime and Commercial Law from King’s College, London. He was subsequently called to the English Bar at Lincoln’s Inn.

Prince Nwoko later qualified as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales. He then set up his own firm, Ned Nwoko Solicitors and became the Principal Partner and Senior Consultant .

At the zenith of his practice, his organisation had over 30 Lawyers in his employ and gained international acclaim for its meticulous and tenacious legal battles for financial probity, transparency, management and verification of foreign debts of third world countries and their component states. 

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