5 Untold Facts About Regina Daniels Marriage to Ned Nwoko – No.2 will Make you Weep
Every Tradition has its rules and regulation. Everyone seems to ask more questions about Ned’s wealth. Irrespective of how many wives he has, it seems he’s still being favored with young and beautiful ladies.
Regina Daniels who commit to getting married to Ned Nwoko the millionaire is yet to realize some of this life impolication that follows the Anioma Tradition which she got married into a Facebook User Narrate.
“That moment you think you’re smart but the dude outsmarts you.
The implication of Anioma’s marriage induction ritual
1) Regina Daniels is expected to be faithful to her husband and not sleep with another man except him.
This entails that if at any point in time, Regina happens to be sexually aroused, and her old husband isn’t available to satisfy her, she can’t step her feet outside for option B.
According to the Facebook User “If conji comes and he is not available or he is tired, she can touch herself by way of masturbation or use a vibrator but she is expressly forbidden to sleep with any other man except Oga Ned Nwoko.”
And the implications include that “if she mistakenly sleeps with another man who is not her husband, the gods will come after her and the punishment in the most instance is death.” Huh!
If her husband is aware that she is cheating on him and refused to take action, the ritual will come after him and his older kids. The ritual culture was designed to check the excess and curtail the infidelity of women from that part of the world.
2) In case her husband happens to be no more, she is not expected to remarry except she goes through another round of ritual to untie herself from the man.
If she mistakenly marries another man without doing this, she will die and the ritual will also come after the man that married her without asking a question.
In all these, Oga Ned is allowed to sleep with other women and acquire as many trophy wives as possible but none of the wives are permitted to cheat on him.
This is the culture of our brothers and sisters in Anioma so I don’t have any personal opinion about it but let’s not forget that there is no free lunch in life, not even in town.