Nollywood actress Regina Chukwu is highly anticipating the birthday of her lover.
The Yoruba light-skinned actress took to her Instagram to express her excitement at her mother’s forthcoming birthday.
Describing her mother as her first love, Regina revealed how her mother raised the most blessed kids.
“Counting down to my mummy’s birthday in few days. This woman right here raised the most blessed kids. Our hero, our friends, our advicer, our prayer warrior, our first love. In just few days you will clock yet another year mama chi….I can’t wait to wish you momma”.
Regina recounts near-death experience
Regina Chuwku had expressed appreciation to God and colleagues who reached out to her after a near-death experience on a movie set.
In a post shared on her Instagram page, Regina Chukwu affirmed that malaria is a killer disease after suffering from it at a movie location.
Regina Chukwu said she had thought she was going to die because she had never felt sick in such a manner in the whole of his life.
She wrote: Malaria na your mate. That was the gift I came back with from location….. I tot I was gonna die! Never felt this sick before my whole life. Malaria is truly a killer disease o. GOD IS GOOD. Recuperating and I am thankful”.
Regina Chukwu hunts for love
Yoruba movie star, Regina Chukwu is ready to return to the dating world.
The actress revealed on Instagram that she was hunting for love.
According to her, she is a beautiful lady who is single and searching.
Regina Chukwu told her potential suitors to indicate interest.
“My name is Gina and I am a very beautiful lady that is single and searching, indicate interest in the comment section and then submit CV in to this email add…..@gmail.com. Pls my headache is headaching me so don’t stress me with long stories”.
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Actress Regina Chukwu excitedly countdowns to her ‘first love’ birthday