- Nigerians have reacted to the photo of a young man called Nicholas Ajagu
- A Nigerian journalist revealed that Nicholas is married to Kamala Harris' niece
- The journalist also shared a photo of Kamala with Nicholas' family
American politician and attorney Kamala Harris recently made history as the first black female vice-president of the United States of America and it has people talking all over the world.
A day after the good news was announced on TV, a Nigerian journalist called Akunna Chuks revealed that an Igbo man named 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, Kamala was carrying the family's first child called Amara while Meena was carrying their little baby as they gathered together for a photo.
Briefly.co.za went through the Instagram page of Nicholas' wife Meenah and we found some photos of the couple together.
Check some of them out:
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.
Read some comments below:
This weekend Briefly.co.za reported that, Kamala Harris, US president-elect Joe Biden’s running mate, has made history after becoming the country’s first female vice president-elect. The wilful political genius has also gone down as the first black and South Asian woman to rise the ranks and clinch the position, as projected by CNN.
On Saturday, November 7, the streets of the US and all corners of social media erupted in loud cheers as multitudes congratulated the duo for their projected win in the nerve-wracking 2020 elections.
Kamala, who had instantly become a force to reckon with, trended right beside America’s best choice - Biden. It was her enigmatic character throughout the elections, her unshakable stance, but most of all, it was her name going right into the books of history as the first of many to come.
She ticked all the boxes: first woman, first black lady, the first politician of Asian origin but most of all, an immigrant who travelled to the land of big opportunities with the aim of finding something better.
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