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Nigerian girls sold to offset debt speak on their inability to vote

By GuardianLife
09 March 2019   |   2:41 pm
Apart from being constantly beaten to within an inch of their lives by their husbands or his relatives at the slightest provocation, several money wives are also deprived of their civic responsibilities. Contributor Leonard Chukwuleta spoke to these women on the elections and the concern for the elections. Here is what they had to say

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