Mrs Regina Daniels-Nwoko is all Presidential in her latest social media post, as she shares some snaps of herself inside the Sierra Leonean Presidential Palace in Freetown.
Of course, she was there with her ever smiling husband and billionaire businessman, Ned Nwoko.
Regina Daniels-Nwoko and her husband Ned Nwoko who took their Eradicate Malaria in Africa campaign to Sierra Leon, were received by President Julius Maada Bio at the Presidential Palace in Freetown.
Although the date of their visit was not shared, the Nollywood actres had on Tuesday 14th September 2021, taken to her official social media handle to share snaps from their visit, as she continues to be by the side of her husband, giving him support on the eradicate malaria campaign.
She captioned the photos saying:
“We had a fruitful meeting with the president of Sierra Leone on the eradication of malaria @princenednwoko @nednwokomalariaproject
I’m wearing the Veena two piece from RD fashion @reginadanielsfashion,” she added.
This will not be the first time nor will it be the last time that Regina Daniels-Nwoko will be visiting a president, as only last year in 2020 to be precise, she was in the company of her husband, as they visited Burkinafaso.
The actress and her husband while there for the eradicate malaria campaign met with the President of Burkina Faso, Roch Marc Christian Kabore in Ouagadougou.
While questions are being asked as to why world leaders and international organisations are finding difficult to finally eradicate malaria in Africa and research on it still ongoing, Ned Nwoko while speaking about his project of eradicating malaria in an interview in August, had said the most effective way to ensure sustainability in the implementation of the Malaria Project is for a Federal AGENCY to be created for the purpose of ensuring that Malaria Eradication is implemented in Nigeria in line with the various strategies viz; Sanitation, Waste Management and Recycling, Vaccine Development and Fumigation/Spraying of the length and breadth of the Nation,” he said.
“In line with the above @princenednwoko and the @nednwokomalariaproject team are consulting with relevant authorities at the National Assembly and Presidency to commence the process of enacting a Bill into Law for the above purpose.
Nigeria can and will be free of Malaria,” he added.