Nigerian superstar Nollywood actress, Regina Daniels is currently pregnant and expecting the birth of her first ever child with her billionaire husband, Ned Nwoko. This news of her pregnancy brought wide jubilation and joy to the entire family of her politician husband.
To further celebrate the expecting mother, a little merriment was organized in her honour. During the joyous event, a family member of the beautiful actress called her “Mama Ejima” which means "mother of twin babies" if translated in Igbo language, while Regina was happily dancing during the baby shower party. By calling her "mama ejima", it has began to raise speculation that the actress may be expecting twins when she finally give birth.
The video which was recorded during the baby shower ceremony has since circulated all over social media, and it shows that the event is filled with royalty.
The video shows pregnant Regina Daniels dancing excitedly while making her way to the stage as some of her family members and friends trail behind her and the hyper of occasion kept raining enormous praises on her.
While the popular talented screen diva was excitedly showing her dancing skills , a loud and very clear voice hailed her as “Mama Ejima“.
Let us all join hands and wish the young beautiful expecting mother a safe delivery.
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