- A photo of the majority leader of the House of Representatives of Nigeria, Alhassan Ado-Doguwa, with his family is currently trending online
- In the now-viral photo, the lawmaker is seen sitting among his four wives with 27 sons and daughters
- Doguwa had in January, gone to the House of Representatives to take the oath of office with his four wives
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The leader of the majority, Alhassan Ado-Doguwa, was recently pictured surrounded by his four wives and 27 children, and this has left social media buzzing.
In January this year, Ado-Doguwa, a member of the House of Representatives for Tudun Wada / Doguwa Constituency, announced that he had four wives and 27 children. He made the announcement during his swearing-in ceremony in the House of Representatives.
He told reporters that his father had died at the age of 86 and left 40 children alive, including a four-year-old.
If we recall, Doguwa had said he would continue to procreate.
During a parliamentary session, Doguwa introduced his four wives to lawmakers.
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While being sworn in as the leader of the majority in parliament, he revealed that he had brought the four wives for the legislators to see. "Speaker, I am happy to tell you that my fourth wife is with me here today," Doguwa said, before ordering the women to stand in front of the lawmakers.
"Mr. Speaker, these four women you see have given birth to 27 children for me, and we are moving forward," he stressed.
Meanwhile, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has denounced Alhassan Ado Doguwa as the candidate, representing Tudun Wada / Doguwa constituency in the House of Representatives.
Ado Doguwa of the All Progressives Congress (APC) received 66,667 votes while his opponent Yusha'u Salisu of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP received 6,323 votes.
In other news, indeed, as long as there is life, there is hope for it is never too late to chase one's dreams. This is reflected in the amazing story of a Nigerian woman who despite the curveballs thrown at her isn't giving up anytime soon.
Identified as Christina Samuel, the 48-year-old mother of three recently joined millions of students across West Africa to partake in the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
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