20 years after husband’s demise, Regina Chukwu speaks on dating again
Actress Regina Chukwu has said that she is ready to go into the dating pool, 20 years after her husband’s death.
Regina Chukwu, who revealed she has never collected money to campaign for any politician, made the announcement in an Instagram post to alert her followers.
According to the Yoruba movie star, she is single and searching. She wrote:
“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 into this email add ………@gmail.com Pls my headache is headaching me so don’t stress me with long stories.”
On her daughter’s birthday on April 5, Regina narrated how being a widow at a young age devasted her.
According to Regina, losing her husband and taking care of her two children alone shattered her. She wrote:
“So it happened that, when I had to take my sick husband (now late) back to the village as I have exhausted all avenues possible to see that his health improves, so I decided to take him back to his parents so we could all know what next to do.
“I left Amaka with my parents back here in Lagos and went with the little baby I just had. After some months their father eventually died and I was shattered, turning a widow at that young age wasn’t something I had bargained for, it was indeed the most confused, painful, devastating, excruciating time of my life (still is) I didn’t even know what to feel or do. Now as the customs of the land demand my children had to be present.
“I had one with me, so my mum brought Chiamaka who was just 2yr old then, the little girl was just so happy to see mummy, every other thing she doesn’t understand (lol) I looked at her and fresh tears made their ways down my cheek, I said to myself ‘how I go take do am now’ in my 20’s with 2 kids HOW REGINA, HOW’ II remember, I was sitting down there with ZERO NAIRA BALANCE, we had spent everything we had trying to save their father’s life, not even a good piece of cloth to my name …… so sorry guys tears won’t let me continue …. Gat to stop here.”