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Mother’s Day 2020: Mother’s Day and Mothering Sunday

By Guardian Exclusive
10 May 2020   |   7:07 pm
Mothering Sunday and Mother's Day both have different origins; although they represent the same meaning. But the celebration has left many wondering how many times we celebrate the day in Nigeria.⁣ GuardianTV throws more light on this complicated question and wishes all mothers a happy mother’s day.⁣⁣

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