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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