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Lockdown: How At Least 200 Bauchi Women Died As A Result Of Illegal Abortions

At the early stage of the imposed lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there were reports of mysterious deaths in Bauchi state. Investigations have now revealed the cause to be unsafe abortions and not Coronavirus as rumoured. It seemed far-fetched

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Teenage Bride, Salma Hassan, Who Had No Inkling Sex Is A Marital Obligation Does The Unthinkable After Husband Initiated Sex

Only eleven days after she was given to her husband in marriage, one 18-year-old bride, Salma Hassan is already in trouble over the same man that was her husband. The young bride has been accused of killing her husband after

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Child Marriage: UNICEF Ranking Puts Nigeria Far Ahead Of Other Nations In The Sabotage Of The Girl Child

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has released concerning information concerning the issue of child marriages in Nigeria. According to UNICEF, Nigeria’s practice of child marriage has ended the educational strive of 23 million girls and women married as child

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“I was 16 years old and a stark illiterate when I married my husband”- Bauchi State First Lady, Aishatu Mohammed Speaks On Fighting To Get An Education

Aishatu Mohammed, the wife of Bauchi Governor, Bala Mohammed has revealed that she had no formal education when she married her husband. The First Lady made the revelation on Saturday at a Youth Talk ceremony organised in commemoration of the

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Man, Luka Balewa & His Wife, Nyrumah Who Just Welcomed A Set Of Quadruplets After 15 Years Of Childlessness Share Their Touching Story

After 15 years as a couple without a child, a retired Federal Medical Laboratory Scientist, Mr. Luka Bot Balewa and his wife, Mrs. Nyarum now have a cause to smile. The couple who wedded on December 4, 2004, made headlines

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Bauchi Government Shuts Down School Where Students Marry Themselves For N500

The Bauchi state government has just ordered the closing of a secondary school in the state capital where students wed themselves. Vanguard discovered that in one instance, a boy, who claimed to be the groom, paid N500 as dowry to marry a female

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