- Vice President Yemi Osinbajo visited his mother on Sunday, March 26, to celebrate Mother's Day with her
- The vice president's mother, on seeing her son, gave him a hug and clapped her hands in sheer excitement
- A video of Vice President Osinbajo's visit was shared on Facebook by Joe Igbokwe, an aide to Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu
For a lot of Nigerians, Mother's day, Sunday, March 27, was spent with the female folks while others sent heartfelt messages to their sisters, mothers, wives, and friends of the fairer sex.
Meanwhile, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo did not just send a message but personally paid a visit to his mother.
A video of the vice president's visit to his mother containing the unforgettable moment when he gave her a warm hug was shared on Facebook by Joe Igbokwe.
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In the brief clip, the vice president's mother had some dishes at the parlour probably prepared for her dear son.
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See the video below:
House of Reps bows to pressure, says it will revisit women related bills
Meanwhile, the House of Representatives said it would rescind decisions on three women-related bills for reconsideration.
This decision was made known on Tuesday, March 8, via the official Twitter page of the House of Representatives, stating that bills on citizenship, indigenship, and 35% affirmative action for women would be revisited.
The tweet reads:
"The bills failed to secure the mandatory two-thirds votes to pass during voting on the proposed amendments to the constitution
"The bills, by the leave of the @SpeakerGbaja, Rep. @femigbaja, and the @HouseNGR, were re-committed to the Committee of the Whole for consideration on Tuesday.
"They will be considered by the @HouseNGR in the next phase of voting on another set of bills for amendment in four weeks' time."
Earlier on Tuesday, March 8, some group of women converged at the National Assembly complex seeking reconsideration by the National Assembly to revisit the women-related bills.
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Recall that Legit.ng reported that some women groups blocked the federal secretariat axis entrance of the National Assembly following the refusal of the legislature's leadership to give females more seats in its chamber.