Human rights activists and political
leaders in Nigeria have called for a concerted action aimed at abolishing all
cultural and behavioural practices militating against the full exercise of the
rights and privileges of widows in Nigeria.
They spoke at the African Widows’ Summit
in commemoration of second International Widows Day, pioneered by the Felix
King Foundation at the Best Western Hotel, Benin City, Edo State Nigeria.
Among activists that attended the event
include Dr Joe Okei-Odumakin, Founder, Women Arise Initiative, Dr Mohammed Aliu
Momoh, an International Finance and…
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