Popular Nigerian actress Regina Daniels has come under fire on social media for showing the new naira notes in her piggy bank during a time when it seems like there is a severe cash shortage.


Regina released a video of herself teaching her sons to save money while remaining unconcerned about the state of the nation.


Regina, who is a huge supporter of piggy bank savings, convinced her sons to join her by encouraging them to develop saving habits.

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The new naira notes were shown being inserted into Regina’s piggy bank by her boys in the video.

The actress is currently trending on social media as a result of the video, which Nigerians have subsequently labeled as being insensitive.

Many took to comment section to air their displeasure at her as they slammed her for being insensitive.


One the food networking wrote, “They have enough new notes that they can even play with it… But they claim it’s the politicians they’re keeping the money from! Issokay

One Dorine wrote, “Saving cash that people still need to buy something

One James Sparkles wrote, “For someone that her husband is contesting? This is highly insensitive. You are a billionaire wife get a professional PR mehhhhnnn. Wtf

One MC Daprince wrote, “I thought the Government says no squeezing of Naira notes?? Then they should go and arrest Regina

One Chommy wrote, “And they won’t arrest her

Official jeffz wrote, “Not to be rude but in this current money problem you already have a bunch of it for saving in piggy bank

One Nwa dezdez wrote, “Small Pikin still dey worry this girl sha. She no suppose post dis thing for dis period in Nigeria

One DJ Dougzee wrote, “She showing the bundle of new note with her. Ask me where her husband get it from since the bank said they don’t have it. For this life get money ooo. You and government no get issue if you are rich

One Loveyyy wrote, “Sincerely. She is dull. Very insensitive. You ought not to post this at the moment people are very suffering because of cash”.

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