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Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by Collyno82(m): 8:09am On Sep 18, 2018
FEMALE CHILD HAS RIGHT TO INHERIT FATHER'S PROPERTY IN IGBOLAND - SUPREME COURT

The Supreme Court has voided the Igbo law and custom, which forbid a female child from inheriting her late father’s estate, on the grounds that it is discriminatory and conflicts with the provision of the constitution.

The Supreme Court held that the practice conflicted with section 42(1)(a) and (2) of the 1999 Constitution. The judgment was on the appeal marked: SC.224/2004 filed by Mrs. Lois Chituru Ukeje (wife of the late Lazarus Ogbonna Ukeje) and their son, Enyinnaya Lazarus Ukeje against Ms. Gladys Ada Ukeje (the deceased’s daughter).

Gladys had sued the deceased’s wife and son before the Lagos High Court, claiming to be one of the deceased’s children and sought to be included among those to administer their deceased’s father’s estate.

The trial court found that she was a daughter to the deceased and that she was qualified to benefit from the estate of their father who died intestate in Lagos in 1981.

The Court of Appeal, Lagos to which Mrs. Lois Ukeje and Enyinnaya Ukeje appealed, upheld the decision of the trial court, prompting them to appeal to the Supreme Court.
*In its judgment last Friday, the Supreme Court held that the Court of Appeal, Lagos was right to have voided the Igbo’s native law and custom that disinherit female children.*

Justice Bode Rhodes-Vivour, who read the lead judgment, held that “no matter the circumstances of the birth of a female child, such a child is entitled to an inheritance from her later father’s estate.

“Consequently, the Igbo customary law, which disentitles a female child from partaking in the sharing of her deceased father’s estate is breach of Section 42(1) and (2) of the Constitution, a fundamental rights provision guaranteed to every Nigerian.

“The said discriminatory customary law is void as it conflicts with Section 42(1) and (2) of the Constitution. In the light of all that I have been saying, the appeal is dismissed. In the spirit of reconciliation, parties to bear their own costs,” Justice Rhodes-Vivour said.

Justices Walter Samuel Nkanu Onnoghen, Claral Bata Ogunbiyi, Kumai Bayang Aka’ahs and John Inyang Okoro, who were part of the panel that heard the appeal, agreed with the lead judgment.
http://www.cracong.org/supreme-court-upholds-right-of-female-child-to-inherit-properties-in-igboland/

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Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by Nobody: 12:41pm On Sep 18, 2018
Collyno82:
[s]FEMALE CHILD HAS RIGHT TO INHERIT FATHER'S PROPERTY IN IGBOLAND - SUPREME COURT

The Supreme Court has voided the Igbo law and custom, which forbid a female child from inheriting her late father’s estate, on the grounds that it is discriminatory and conflicts with the provision of the constitution.

The Supreme Court held that the practice conflicted with section 42(1)(a) and (2) of the 1999 Constitution. The judgment was on the appeal marked: SC.224/2004 filed by Mrs. Lois Chituru Ukeje (wife of the late Lazarus Ogbonna Ukeje) and their son, Enyinnaya Lazarus Ukeje against Ms. Gladys Ada Ukeje (the deceased’s daughter).

Gladys had sued the deceased’s wife and son before the Lagos High Court, claiming to be one of the deceased’s children and sought to be included among those to administer their deceased’s father’s estate.

The trial court found that she was a daughter to the deceased and that she was qualified to benefit from the estate of their father who died intestate in Lagos in 1981.

The Court of Appeal, Lagos to which Mrs. Lois Ukeje and Enyinnaya Ukeje appealed, upheld the decision of the trial court, prompting them to appeal to the Supreme Court.
*In its judgment last Friday, the Supreme Court held that the Court of Appeal, Lagos was right to have voided the Igbo’s native law and custom that disinherit female children.*

Justice Bode Rhodes-Vivour, who read the lead judgment, held that “no matter the circumstances of the birth of a female child, such a child is entitled to an inheritance from her later father’s estate.

“Consequently, the Igbo customary law, which disentitles a female child from partaking in the sharing of her deceased father’s estate is breach of Section 42(1) and (2) of the Constitution, a fundamental rights provision guaranteed to every Nigerian.

“The said discriminatory customary law is void as it conflicts with Section 42(1) and (2) of the Constitution. In the light of all that I have been saying, the appeal is dismissed. In the spirit of reconciliation, parties to bear their own costs,” Justice Rhodes-Vivour said.

Justices Walter Samuel Nkanu Onnoghen, Claral Bata Ogunbiyi, Kumai Bayang Aka’ahs and John Inyang Okoro, who were part of the panel that heard the appeal, agreed with the lead judgment.
http://www.cracong.org/supreme-court-upholds-right-of-female-child-to-inherit-properties-in-igboland/ [/s]

Fake news from a chewing gum website.

Women can't inherit their father's properties in igbo land. If you're fighting for women to inherit their fathers properties in igbo land then you're on a lost cause.

Women should only inherit the properties of their mothers while men should inherit the properties of their fathers. This way, women will strive harder to own their own properties.
Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by Mizwisdom(f): 12:50pm On Sep 18, 2018
That's a good one from the judiciary, it seems the Igbos are backward in this regard, even worse than Northerners.




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Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by KanwuliaExtra: 1:11pm On Sep 18, 2018
No wonder Igboland can’t see progress!
Keeping women in CHAINS! embarassed

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Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by Nobody: 1:21pm On Sep 18, 2018
KanwuliaExtra:
No wonder Igboland can’t see progress!
Keeping women in CHAINS! embarassed

How are they keeping women in chains?

Do you understand what you just typed?
Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by KanwuliaExtra: 1:26pm On Sep 18, 2018
Elder001:


How are they keeping women in chains?

Do you understand what you just typed?

If you need laws to grant women feudal rights/inheritance. . . . ? undecided
Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by Nobody: 1:29pm On Sep 18, 2018
KanwuliaExtra:


If you need laws to grant women feudal rights/inheritance. . . . ? undecided


See the way you typed inheritance grin ..radarada

Women should inherit only properties of their mothers while men inherit properties of their fathers.. This way, women will strive harder to acquire their own properties.
Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by KanwuliaExtra: 1:34pm On Sep 18, 2018
Elder001:



See the way you typed inheritance grin ..radarada

Women should inherit only properties of their mothers while men inherit properties of their fathers.. This way, women will strive harder to acquire their own properties.

I have noticed you. Please, get lost! kiss

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Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by Nobody: 1:34pm On Sep 18, 2018
KanwuliaExtra:


I have noticed you. Please, get lost! kiss

Lol.. Deranged fellow.
Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by Agbaletu: 1:44pm On Sep 18, 2018
Elder001:


Fake news from a chewing gum website.

Women can't inherit their father's properties in igbo land. If you're fighting for women to inherit their fathers properties in igbo land then you're on a lost cause.

Women should only inherit the properties of their mothers while men should inherit the properties of their fathers. This way, women will strive harder to own their own properties.
It is not a fake news. Supreme court gave the judgement in 2014. Check the links below.

https://www.vanguardngr.com/2014/04/inheritance-supreme-court-voids-discrimination-females-igboland/

http://www.loc.gov/law/foreign-news/article/nigeria-supreme-court-invalidates-igbo-customary-law-denying-female-descendants-the-right-to-inherit/


http://www.legalnaija.com/2016/08/supreme-court-rules-igbo-girls-can.html

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Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by KanwuliaExtra: 1:46pm On Sep 18, 2018
Elder001:


Lol.. Deranged fellow.

You stark illiterate!
Please, read again.
Onitsha bridge nor far o.
Jump inside! tongue

Agbaletu:

It is not a fake news. Supreme court gave the judgement in 2014. Read the link below.
https://www.vanguardngr.com/2014/04/inheritance-supreme-court-voids-discrimination-females-igboland/

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Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by Nobody: 1:47pm On Sep 18, 2018
Agbaletu:

It is not a fake news. Supreme court gave the judgement in 2014. Read the link below.
https://www.vanguardngr.com/2014/04/inheritance-supreme-court-voids-discrimination-females-igboland/

Are you an igbo man? If yes.. How many women inherit their fathers properties and lands in your home town? grin (since 2014) grin
Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by Nobody: 1:48pm On Sep 18, 2018
KanwuliaExtra:


You stark illiterate!
Please, read again.
Onitsha bridge nor far o.
Jump inside! tongue


Mumu... You go wait for inheritance taya grin don't go and make your own money keep waiting for fathers inheritance cheesy


You need psychological attention.
Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by Agbaletu: 1:51pm On Sep 18, 2018
Elder001:


Are you an igbo man? If yes.. How many women inherit their fathers properties and lands in your home town? grin (since 2014) grin
First off, I am not an Igbo man, but married an Ada from Igboland.

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Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by Nobody: 1:52pm On Sep 18, 2018
Agbaletu:

First off, I am not an Igbo man, but married an Ada from Igboland.
grin

Women will only inherit their mothers properties... This is the only way Nigerian will wake up and start working harder to acquire their own properties.
Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by Agbaletu: 1:55pm On Sep 18, 2018
Elder001:
grin

Women will only inherit their mothers properties... This is the only way Nigerian will wake up and start working harder to acquire their own properties.
My father-in-law was like this not until I showed him the Supreme court judgement despite the fact that my wife does not need any inheritance from anybody.

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Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by Nobody: 2:01pm On Sep 18, 2018
Agbaletu:

My father-in-law was like this not until I showed him the Supreme court judgement despite the fact that my wife does not need any inheritance from anybody.

Stop ranting and answer me. Why do you want women not to acquire only their mothers properties?

Men like you are the reason Nigerian women don't want to work hard .
We are talking about father's property not husband's property.
Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by Agbaletu: 2:07pm On Sep 18, 2018
Elder001:


Stop ranting and answer me. Why do you want women not to acquire only their mothers properties?

Men like you are the reason Nigerian women don't want to work hard .
We are talking about father's property not husband's property.
You are very insulting.
I am out of this place. I have seen that same attribute in you in the food section.

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Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by Nobody: 2:08pm On Sep 18, 2018
Agbaletu:

You are very insulting.
I am out of this place. I have seen that same attribute in you in the food section.

Apologies man. Don't take it as an insult, wasn't intending to insult you.

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Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by frozen70(f): 4:12pm On Sep 18, 2018
I heard the news years back when the judgement was given

The igbo were practicing this all this while because our forefathers belive that a daughter will end up in a man's house so every thing goes to their son.
They become lazy to struggle for thier own because they have something to inherit

Thank God for civilization and they have come to realise that what If their daughter is married to a poor man,
What will be her faith

Most of their daughters married and unmarried are holding strong positions in their area of specialisations,
her siblings keep going to them for financial help and trust daughters they hardly say no to their siblings

Besides girls of those days don't have say, but now women can stand and fight for their rights boldly and still come out of it successfully

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Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by Collyno82(m): 4:24pm On Sep 18, 2018
Elder001:


Fake news from a chewing gum website.

Women can't inherit their father's properties in igbo land. If you're fighting for women to inherit their fathers properties in igbo land then you're on a lost cause.

Women should only inherit the properties of their mothers while men should inherit the properties of their fathers. This way, women will strive harder to own their own properties.
The news is true,,, I have been following the court case for a while

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Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by InyinyaAgbaOku(m): 7:36pm On Sep 18, 2018
KanwuliaExtra:
No wonder Igboland can’t see progress!
Keeping women in CHAINS! embarassed

Na Edoland dey see progress?
Na why the women dey abandon the progress dey go Italy with charms

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Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by Agbaletu: 7:54pm On Sep 18, 2018
Elder001:


Apologies man. Don't take it as an insult, wasn't intending to insult you.
No problem, bros.
Apologies too if my use of words sounded insensitive.

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Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by KanwuliaExtra: 3:19am On Sep 19, 2018
InyinyaAgbaOku:


Na Edoland dey see progress?
Na why the women dey abandon the progress dey go Italy with charms

Yes o. Plenty progress o. We are landladies aka “my fellow widows”!
No man can try shyte in Edo land or we “winch” you to death!

Please, tell Bianca Ojukwu to stop hiding in Spain.
She had property to collect in Nnewi. tongue

We don’t play dat!
Go check o.
Na woman get house for Edo land. wink


Try ya luck! wink

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Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by Wilfredpat22(f): 5:25am On Sep 19, 2018
It's funny how most ladies out there uses 16 digits passwords with a mixture of letters, numbers and symbols to lock their phones while the password to unlock their respective legs is "swipe to open"
Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by Seahawk: 6:15am On Sep 19, 2018
Elder001:



See the way you typed inheritance grin ..radarada

Women should inherit only properties of their mothers while men inherit properties of their fathers.. This way, women will strive harder to acquire their own properties.

How did the men acquire theirs? So it’s fair to pass unto them family/generational properties and expect women who have been given nothing to bequeath empty hands to their daughters

Fake feminist wannabe.
Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by revolt(m): 8:44am On Sep 19, 2018
Collyno82:
FEMALE CHILD HAS RIGHT TO INHERIT FATHER'S PROPERTY IN IGBOLAND - SUPREME COURT

The Supreme Court has voided the Igbo law and custom, which forbid a female child from inheriting her late father’s estate, on the grounds that it is discriminatory and conflicts with the provision of the constitution.

The Supreme Court held that the practice conflicted with section 42(1)(a) and (2) of the 1999 Constitution. The judgment was on the appeal marked: SC.224/2004 filed by Mrs. Lois Chituru Ukeje (wife of the late Lazarus Ogbonna Ukeje) and their son, Enyinnaya Lazarus Ukeje against Ms. Gladys Ada Ukeje (the deceased’s daughter).

Gladys had sued the deceased’s wife and son before the Lagos High Court, claiming to be one of the deceased’s children and sought to be included among those to administer their deceased’s father’s estate.

The trial court found that she was a daughter to the deceased and that she was qualified to benefit from the estate of their father who died intestate in Lagos in 1981.

The Court of Appeal, Lagos to which Mrs. Lois Ukeje and Enyinnaya Ukeje appealed, upheld the decision of the trial court, prompting them to appeal to the Supreme Court.
*In its judgment last Friday, the Supreme Court held that the Court of Appeal, Lagos was right to have voided the Igbo’s native law and custom that disinherit female children.*

Justice Bode Rhodes-Vivour, who read the lead judgment, held that “no matter the circumstances of the birth of a female child, such a child is entitled to an inheritance from her later father’s estate.

“Consequently, the Igbo customary law, which disentitles a female child from partaking in the sharing of her deceased father’s estate is breach of Section 42(1) and (2) of the Constitution, a fundamental rights provision guaranteed to every Nigerian.

“The said discriminatory customary law is void as it conflicts with Section 42(1) and (2) of the Constitution. In the light of all that I have been saying, the appeal is dismissed. In the spirit of reconciliation, parties to bear their own costs,” Justice Rhodes-Vivour said.

Justices Walter Samuel Nkanu Onnoghen, Claral Bata Ogunbiyi, Kumai Bayang Aka’ahs and John Inyang Okoro, who were part of the panel that heard the appeal, agreed with the lead judgment.
http://www.cracong.org/supreme-court-upholds-right-of-female-child-to-inherit-properties-in-igboland/
theres no igbo law thats stops women from inheriting property. Yes its expected that every igbo woman must end up married which by implication severes ties to her original family but there's no law that states based on a woman's gender she can't inherit her FATHER'S (not mothers) wealth. In igbo land the head of the home and most married women focus on whatever their husbands inherited or have and assimilate thus if she has male siblings she would consider taking her dad's wealth to her new family which obviously she wouldn't think fair on her siblings; but if shes an only child in 100% sure she will inherit her dad's property or may have to share some part to keep some legacies in the family. Or better still shed be compelled to get very nearby in laws. These are not written down rules but mostly just based on equity common sense and negotiation. Let's stop basing traditions on nollywood low budget projects.

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Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by revolt(m): 8:44am On Sep 19, 2018
Collyno82:
FEMALE CHILD HAS RIGHT TO INHERIT FATHER'S PROPERTY IN IGBOLAND - SUPREME COURT

The Supreme Court has voided the Igbo law and custom, which forbid a female child from inheriting her late father’s estate, on the grounds that it is discriminatory and conflicts with the provision of the constitution.

The Supreme Court held that the practice conflicted with section 42(1)(a) and (2) of the 1999 Constitution. The judgment was on the appeal marked: SC.224/2004 filed by Mrs. Lois Chituru Ukeje (wife of the late Lazarus Ogbonna Ukeje) and their son, Enyinnaya Lazarus Ukeje against Ms. Gladys Ada Ukeje (the deceased’s daughter).

Gladys had sued the deceased’s wife and son before the Lagos High Court, claiming to be one of the deceased’s children and sought to be included among those to administer their deceased’s father’s estate.

The trial court found that she was a daughter to the deceased and that she was qualified to benefit from the estate of their father who died intestate in Lagos in 1981.

The Court of Appeal, Lagos to which Mrs. Lois Ukeje and Enyinnaya Ukeje appealed, upheld the decision of the trial court, prompting them to appeal to the Supreme Court.
*In its judgment last Friday, the Supreme Court held that the Court of Appeal, Lagos was right to have voided the Igbo’s native law and custom that disinherit female children.*

Justice Bode Rhodes-Vivour, who read the lead judgment, held that “no matter the circumstances of the birth of a female child, such a child is entitled to an inheritance from her later father’s estate.

“Consequently, the Igbo customary law, which disentitles a female child from partaking in the sharing of her deceased father’s estate is breach of Section 42(1) and (2) of the Constitution, a fundamental rights provision guaranteed to every Nigerian.

“The said discriminatory customary law is void as it conflicts with Section 42(1) and (2) of the Constitution. In the light of all that I have been saying, the appeal is dismissed. In the spirit of reconciliation, parties to bear their own costs,” Justice Rhodes-Vivour said.

Justices Walter Samuel Nkanu Onnoghen, Claral Bata Ogunbiyi, Kumai Bayang Aka’ahs and John Inyang Okoro, who were part of the panel that heard the appeal, agreed with the lead judgment.
http://www.cracong.org/supreme-court-upholds-right-of-female-child-to-inherit-properties-in-igboland/
theres no igbo law thats stops women from inheriting property. Yes its expected that every igbo woman must end up married which by implication severes ties to her original family but there's no law that states based on a woman's gender she can't inherit her FATHER'S (not mothers) wealth. In igbo land the head of the home and most married women focus on whatever their husbands inherited or have and assimilate thus if she has male siblings she would consider taking her dad's wealth to her new family which obviously she wouldn't think fair on her siblings; but if shes an only child in 100% sure she will inherit her dad's property or may have to share some part to keep some legacies in the family. Or better still shed be compelled to get very nearby in laws. These are not written down rules but mostly just based on equity common sense and negotiation. Let's stop basing traditions on nollywood low budget projects.......
Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by Nobody: 9:13am On Sep 19, 2018
Seahawk:


How did the men acquire theirs? So it’s fair to pass unto them family/generational properties and expect women who have been given nothing to bequeath empty hands to their daughters

Fake feminist wannabe.


What have I said wrong? We all want women to be hardworking and independent.

If women should inherit only properties of their mothers, it'll make women to strive harder to acquire their own properties.

Cc revolt collyno82
Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by Collyno82(m): 9:20am On Sep 19, 2018
revolt:
theres no igbo law thats stops women from inheriting property. Yes its expected that every igbo woman must end up married which by implication severes ties to her original family but there's no law that states based on a woman's gender she can't inherit her FATHER'S (not mothers) wealth. In igbo land the head of the home and most married women focus on whatever their husbands inherited or have and assimilate thus if she has male siblings she would consider taking her dad's wealth to her new family which obviously she wouldn't think fair on her siblings; but if shes an only child in 100% sure she will inherit her dad's property or may have to share some part to keep some legacies in the family. Or better still shed be compelled to get very nearby in laws. These are not written down rules but mostly just based on equity common sense and negotiation. Let's stop basing traditions on nollywood low budget projects.......
I don't know the side of Igbo u came from,,, but where I was born, women has no fair share in their fathers household consequent upon the fact that they want their daughters to marry and never return back to their father's hamlet. She is not entitled to land, housing and other form of properties. Reason being that one day she will leave her fathers house to set up a nuclear family were her husband's properties automatically becomes her own and her children's inheritance. However, although is not written, is an age long custom which tradition bequeathed to the kwa language family of the Eboes. Be that as it may, some fathers out of love dedicates a portion of their wealth to their daughters to have something to fall back on in case their journey of marriage into another family unit is not rosy as such they will not suffer, having in mind that her children is an appendage of where she is coming from, known as "Nwanwa'' in our local parlance.

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Re: Female Child Has Right To Inherit Father’s Property In Igboland – Supreme Court by InyinyaAgbaOku(m): 9:40am On Sep 19, 2018
KanwuliaExtra:


Yes o. Plenty progress o. We are landladies aka “my fellow widows”!
No man can try shyte in Edo land or we “winch” you to death!

Please, tell Bianca Ojukwu to stop hiding in Spain.
She had property to collect in Nnewi. tongue

We don’t play dat!
Go check o.
Na woman get house for Edo land. wink


Try ya luck! wink

Well, our men ain't lazy and laid back.
Our women are enterprising as well and own lands and houses.
We are only talking of inheriting father's properties, an issue we are looking forward to ending.
Tell your Edo women to stop hiding in Italy, don't worry about Bianca, she has properties in Anambra and Enugu as well. She will soon contest in her husband's senatorial zone

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