Women in Politics: The Nigerian Factor
In a typical patriarchal African setting, women are usually relegated to the background. They are seen, not heard in a man’s world. In the religious circle, for instance, women are not expected to preside over men; they are not expected to be ordained as Priests, Pastors, etc. in most church denominations. Politics in Nigeria has always been a turbulent terrain. There is the usual male...
Published at International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Review
Pages 133 - 139
Published in 2016
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