- BBNaija star Ozo shared a photo collage of his mother and three sisters to celebrate International Women's Day
- The Lockdown ex-housemate stated that he brags different having come from a family of three doctors and a lawyer
- March 8 marks International Women's Day which is a focal point in the movement for women's rights
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Big Brother Naija reality star, Ozo, has joined millions of people around the world to mark International Women's Day on March 8, 2021.
The former Lockdown housemate took to his Instagram page to celebrate the women in his family, his mother and three sisters who according to him consists of doctors and a lawyer.
He shared a photo collage of his mother alongside his three beautiful sisters and accompanied it with a caption:
"My three DOCTORS & my BARRISTER. WOMEN in my family “I brag different”. Happy international women’s day. #internationalwomensday"
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Meanwhile, fellow housemate, Nengi, took to social media to share a throwback photo of herself as a 12-year-old with her cousin.
In a post she shared via Twitter, a younger Nengi struck a pose with her older cousin who held her from behind.
However, Nigerians took to the comment section with varying opinions as most of them said that the beautiful lady must have been older than 12 in the photo.
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