Munir Nwoko, the son of actress Regina Daniels, has joined her in campaigning for his father, Ned Nwoko, the Peoples Democratic Party’s candidate for the Delta North senatorial election in 2023.
Regina posted a video on Instagram late Thursday, December 8, in which the young boy being carried by Ned is seen chanting the PDP slogan to those in attendance.
The people responded to his chant with “Power to the People.”
Captioning her post, the actress wrote, “Mount Ned in Idumuje Ugboko is a home for all. This is the usual crowd at most hours. The gate of mount Ned is always open to the people.
“It is a place where men, women and youths of Anioma meet to demonstrate their constant support. I am always available to provide support and advice to the people.”
Earlier in November, the 22-year-old shared on Instagram a video of two-year-old Munir greeting some members of the PDP in Delta State who paid a visit to his dad.
In the video, the boy who joined his father in welcoming his guests could be heard chanting, “Power to the people” while they echoed: “PDP”.
As the boy continued chanting the words, the party members laughed in admiration of his boldness.
Ned, who is 61 years old, and his wife have been on a ward-to-ward campaign to sell his candidacy to the people.
He is hoping to return to the National Assembly after representing Aniocha/Oshimili Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives from 1999 to 2003.
The couple welcomed Munir on June 31, 2020.