Friday, 30 June 2017

Article: Dealing With The Impact Of Premarital Pregnancy And Its Prevalence In Nigeria

BY Edel-Quinn Agbaegbu

Motherhood is a highly revered status globally and a thing of pride and joy, but for too many women, it comes with peril and woe, trauma, complication and sometimes death. Premarital pregnancy which is usually unintended accounts for more than 75% of unwanted pregnancies and constitutes about 24% of all pregnancies. It is adjudged to be responsible for high incidence of abortions and accounts for about 20-40% of maternal death in the world. Previous studies have revealed that sexual violence and experimentation among teenagers including peer pressure are some of tv he factors that could lead to an unplanned pregnancy.

Open Letter: Intersociety Writes Nigeria's Acting President(1)

Professor Yemi Osibanjo, SAN
Acting President of Nigeria & Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces
Presidential/Aso Rock Villa, Three-Arms-Zone
Abuja, Federal Capital Territory, Nigeria


Gross Abuses of Human Rights In Nigeria: Demanding For FEC Approved Special Criminal Investigations Board And 3-in-One Judicial Commissions Of Enquiry Within 90 Days In Compliance With Int’l Law’s Principles Of Complementarity & No Impunity(Part One)