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Rights Of Women In The Constitutions Of Nigeria, 1960- 2007 Case Study Of Afikpo.

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Rights Of Women In The Constitutions Of Nigeria, 1960- 2007 Case Study Of Afikpo.

This study is written in view of the growth of the waves of feminism, which pay special attention to women’s rights within the society that is more or less gender insensitive. It is following the regard of women as human legal entities who or which are endowed by nature or by law with the capacity to enter into legal relations such as contracts of employment, commercial contracts and marriage contracts without detraction from social constraints. Thus this study is concerned with the sum total of rights and duties concerned with the women as provided in the constitution by reason of their legal affiliation to the state-Nigeria.


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