Young Nigerian actress, Regina Daniels has raised eyebrows after taking to social media to share some adorable photos.
The photos were shared by the proud mother of one on her verified social media handle on the popular social media platform, Instagram.
The photos captured the moment she was having a nice time with one of her brothers and she shared the photos with the caption;
“When your brother shows up unexpectedly at your photoshoot and you automatically turn him into your model. Now tell me what is better than one beautiful outfit ? Two !!!
The palm dress looks amazing on me and my handsome brother turn model @sweezzy1 effortlessly rocked the palm shirt”
Meanwhile, the mother of the young actress, Rita Daniels has been appointed as a special representative envoy.
She was appointed by the INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION, IHRC and she made this known in a recent post she made on Instagram.
Making the announcement, she wrote;
HON. CHIEF RITA DANIELS CHUKWUJI APPOINTED AS SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE ENVOY OF THE INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION, IHRC.
Frontline politician, Vice President of Actors Guild of Nigeria, South South Zone and mother of celebrated Actress, Regina Daniels,
Hon. Chief Rita Daniels Chuwkuji has been appointed as Special Representative Envoy of the International Human Rights Commission, IHRC to the African Union, AU.
Her duties as a IHRC Special Envoy will include coordination of Community Development Service in the implementation of United Nations and African Union Conventions signed to provide African Countries connection to Global Relations.
Hon. Chief Rita Daniels Chukwuji’s appointment was based on her wealth of experience and dedication to community development services as well as her desire to strengthen the work of community development service in the International Human Rights Commission, IHRC.
The appointment was sequel to her success at the intensive interview and presentation of her work group in community development services.
The appointment will be for initial 5 years (2021 – 2026) and shall be subject to renewal for another five years.”