- For the first time in history, the United States of America will be having its first female vice president on January 20, 2021
- Kamala Harris who recently made history in the country is not just the first female vice president-elect, she is also the first black woman to achieve such feat
- Her husband, Doug Emhoff, who must be very proud of this achievement by his wife will also become the first male spouse of a US vice president
- Doug who has been married to Kamala for six years will be the first Jewish spouse to an American vice president
Kamala Harris made women all around the world proud by becoming the first female vice president-elect of the United States after the candidate of the Democratic, Joe Biden, coasted home to victory in the presidential election.
On January 20, 2021, Kamala's husband Doug Emhoff will become the first male spouse of a vice president in the United States after her swearing-in ceremony.
He will become the first second gentleman of the United States.
Doug was born to Jewish parents in the New York City borough of Brooklyn on October 13, 1964, How African reports.
Legit.ng notes that the 56-year-old man will also become the first Jewish spouse to a United States vice president.
Doug, who married Kamala in 2014, is a California-based attorney and partner of DLA Piper in Los Angeles.
In similar news, a Nigerian journalist called Akunna Chuks revealed that an Igbo man called Nicholas is married to Kamala's niece.
Taking to his page on Twitter, Chuks stated that Nicholas is from Anambra state and he is a top Facebook executive.
According to Chuks, Nicholas is married to Kamala's niece called Meena. Chuks shared a family photo of Nicholas with Kamala.
In the photo, Kamla was carrying the family's first child called Amara while Meena was carrying their little baby as they gathered together for a photo.
As expected, Nigerians took to Chuks' comment section to react to his revelation. Many Igbo people were happy to know that they have a brother married into the now-famous family.
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