WHY THIS MADNESS MUST STOP #SuperBloggers by @blinkingam

Published:20 Apr, 2012

Why This Madness Must Stop






The girl is 17 years old but looks much younger. Her face has the fine elegance typical of Nigerian natives, but her accent belongs to the streets of Nigerian villages. She is plainly terrified. That much is clear from the way she avoids eye contact.


“Promise you won’t print anything related to me.” She implores. “If people of my community find out, they will say I have betrayed them and I will be executed.”


With great courage, this rural nurtured girl – called “TATA” – is about to describe a barbaric act of cruelty which has been perpetrated against her. Knowing the danger to which she is exposing herself, her anxiety is understandable. It’s known by a variety of names, most common of which are Female Genital Mutilation, Female Circumcision, or simply “cutting” – a word which conveys the raw pain its victims suffer.


It involves cutting and sometimes sewing up some parts of the female genitalia, leaving a small opening for urination and menstruation. It’s carried out on tables or floors, without anaesthetic, using filthy, blunt knives, razor blades or scalpel. Some people argued that the practice is to increase the sexual pleasure of the man, but this is an outdated reason why many women are treated this way. Others claimed it’s to avoid promiscuity and demonstrate virginity.


Tata is so determined that other girls should be spared the misery she has endured since she was cut that, recently, she told her story. She was three years old when her family opted for a greener village. Everything changed for Tata when she was 12 years old. One morning her mother told her, quite casually, that they were to visit a friend. “I thought I was going to visit her friend.” Tata says quietly, avoiding eye contact.


Soon after she arrived at the friend’s house, everything changed. Tata’s mother had secretly joined together with several women to pay for a “cutter” to circumcise their daughters. “They believed it had to be done for us to get husbands.” Tata shrugs. What happened next was like a scene from an action movie. Her mother and other women suddenly grabbed and grappled her to the floor. Then the strange woman came in with her bag of implements. “They held me down, and when she began cutting, I screamed, so my friend’s sister put her hand tightly over my mouth,” she says. I had known her and these other women all my life, but now they were doing this, even my mother” she concluded while shedding tears.
Female Genital Mutilation often results to life threatening complications such as septicaemia, hemorrhage or cyst, but in this case, Tata was fortunate. She quickly recovered and returned to school. However, the legacy of the atrocity inflicted on her when she was 12 years old will always remain. If she is lucky enough to avoid prenatal complications frequently caused by genital mutilation and have children, she will almost certainly have to undergo a caesarean section.


Whatever the argument is, the fact is that genital mutilation is real and its negatives far outweighs its positives. The best way to address this menace is through strict health policy where children will be closely scrutinized during infancy, and any abnormal behavior or prolonged absence from school immediately investigated and if confirmed, parents be handed to the police. In this age of political correctness, no doubt, factions will argue that such intervention activities are discriminatory and breach of human rights. But the idea that things are too private to be acted upon is what is keeping them shrouded in silence. This madness must be expunged.


Abubakar A. Musa
@blinkingam on twitter.

  • k.m. koko

    I think the best tin 2 do is to enlight ppl 2 stop there negaative acts and do the positive 1s.

  • Naseer

    I feel the pain Tata n Co are going through… There is need for awareness. The government and Non-governmental organisation should work together and see to it thiS madness is stopped and ensured that defaulters are brought to book.

  • abula

    Its so unfortunate that at dis age of civilization and medical advancements, such things and a vast majority of oda negative sociocultural practices are rampant in our immidiate society, Let dia b continues campaign and enlightment amongst oda measures which I believe will go a long way to help reduce this preventable menace of our time amongst odas.

  • bello iya

    This is totally insane!!

  • Azeenarh Mohmmed

    I can actually feel the pain just from reading this. That this practice still exists is absurd!
    May Allah help us all, and may the mothers be touched by God and humanity

  • ameena Muhammad

    This is absolutely touching n ridiculous. I wish all women n men alike will read this. Nice piece.

  • Sarah

    Its so amazing to know many societies still practices this act. So obstinate for me. Very touching piece n well narrated. Am touched n feeling the pain for all women. Nice work sir.

  • Ahmed

    Very incisive and precise. Actually the more we try to bring such sociocultural issues to the front burner of national discourse the better for the society.

  • mogauri

    First of all you deserve a thumbs up for such couragious piece. Looking at this sociocultural act,you wonder if we are advancing or moving backward. At this 21st century,people should understand the right of every child,but most importantly,the complications of our actions. Wish those in such act will read thus,learn from it and stop the act. Tnx sir.

  • nafisa

    As a women I feel the pains most women go through cos of such act. Its time the relevant authority do something on it.

  • black

    This is touching n insultive to any civilized society. Surely it must stop before many other women got killed physically or psychologically. God bless you for this info.

  • davo

    O boy see useless practice abeg. Is it necessary? This is bullshit,I mean real shut. Human right groups n civil societies should know much on this plz. Good work bro.

  • bidemi

    What a shambolic n barbaric act is this. This is share wickedness n lack of respect for women. Sexual pleasure my foot. Enough of this bullshit plz. Thanks a lot a.m for the enlightenment. May God bless u.

  • Sam

    Am speechless on this. Never knew it still exist among our enlightened n exposed communities. We need mote of such information plz on issues affecting our lives. Nice article sir.

  • Abdulqadir muhd

    Nice write up. Traditional rulers should work judiously in bringing an end to this madness.

  • abiodun

    Wow….may God forgive those people. How can they do that to her. Poor little girl. Nice work.

  • Temitsyo

    Hmmm.women always at the center of issues. From one form to another. May God save us and our dear young ones.

  • Hafsa

    Wai let me understand something. You mean in diz 21st century diz tin they happen? God..we need special deliverance on this. Why we all the time?

  • Thomas

    I was opportuned to hv witness such act n must admit its so painful n uncalled for. Let’s just hp the ppl in charge will do something. Good stuff bro.

  • Bashar jafaru

    This is real barbaric and nefarious act. I’ve heard about women genital mutilation for a long time but all i beleived was some kind of mythical stories. unfortunately, this rapacious act exist hitherto. I also wore the idea that this must be stopped. government and relevant advocacy group should put more effort to eradicating this socio-cultural menace by any means necessary.

  • zacks

    Over two yrs bk someone told me about this useless stuff,but then didn’t take it too serious. But reading this naration mks my heart bleed and really believed it. I wish it will be kicked against by all cultures. Good story brother.

  • Al amin

    So this kind things still they hsappen for our country.may we see its end soon.

  • M. Lawal

    Some I read that its meant to improve sexual pleasure to the make folks…bt is this true? Hw can it do that. Anyway,its so bad especially seeing its effects on the health of the women.

  • ibrahim kareem

    How unethical these people can be? This is immorality of the highest order n our traditional institutions are doing little or nothing to bring an end to this. Its high time this act must stop or women may be forced to revolt.

  • abubakar amshell

    Through out my life I hv never heard of anything like this not until now. I wish I can see it practically but from the piece I felt the pains women go through coz of the act and pray it will soon be opposed by the leaders. May almighty reward u.

  • Ahmed d don

    This is serious. I thought only men got circumcised? Never got this idea before until now. Hmmmm may God help us n our cultural evils.

  • Hajara

    I was a victim of this evil act but promised never to happen to anyone again in our family after hv grown up.am urging everyone that knows where this act is being done to report them to any civil society group for proper action.

  • boss lady.

    I can’t imagine myself subjected to such. This is share wickedness and lack of human respect. Why on earth people keeping silent on important issues that need urgent attention. This is a gender sensitive issue and should hv been resolved since by the govt. Hope it will soon be countered. Tnx bro.

  • USSY

    This is so ridiculous for me to understand. Circumcision for women? This sound absurd if you ask me. What’s the rationale and human benefit for it scientifically? I guess none….surely this must stop as the tittle captured. Very incisive piece ABUBAKAR.

  • kadi

    Oh my my……what are they cutting and why? Nawa o for this people sef. I thank God for my life on this. Can’t even imagine me being circumcised.

  • Dr Moh

    I think the best to stop this is exactly as outlined by the writer. In addition,we as parents and parents to be should not even of that way as well as discouraging those doing it by enlightening them of its consquences.

  • ifeanyi

    Please people should be remembering that life is too short to wicked other people. This is bad and should stop please.

  • faruk ibrahim

    I feel its a tradition or cultural norm that is very difficult to part with by those so called community leaders that Misled our forefathers and mothers. Thank God the act is getting controlled gradually and we won’t stop until its wheels out of our cultures.

  • chidi

    Left for the communities found to be practicing this stuff should be restructured entirely through orientations and awareness campaigns. Is bad n unhealthy.

  • bitrus

    One thing I have to add here is that the act is even done in an unhealthy manner by non professionals. Why won’t complications sets in? We need to save the future of our dear ones plz. Enough is enough.

  • Josephine Amodu

    My God. In this era? tot we hv pass that level interms of sociocultural practices. Anyway,we will fight it to death. More grease to ur elbow.

  • nana badmos

    We on this part of the world are so predisposed to such issues. Africans hv certain cultural believes that are not healthy and yet refused to be stopped. The earlier we do so the better for us.

  • segun

    The world is fast advancing but we keep sticking to issues that are irrelevant and unhealthy. Only God will save us.

  • Arume

    My heart bleeds,my body itches and my sympathy to women. Let’s keep on enlightening people while also remaining steadfast in prayers.

  • babalakin

    But let’s be liberal on issues like such. Don’t we think there is the root in our ancestry and cultural theology or myth for this practice? Or we think there is nothing good about it? My opinion though.

  • zubema

    This is intriguing if u ask me. But the act is long overdue to be stopped. Let’s join forces and fight it please.

  • kola

    My heart felt sympathy to the women folks. Just got this via a friend n its worth reading to say the least.may the almighty strengthen your efforts.

  • jide

    Eyya poor and innocent lives are lost cos of such acts and government is doing nothing to arrest it. We need to fight it ourselves,may then the government may also join us.

  • faruq

    Am speechless on this. What’s the benefit? Just for cultural sake? Can’t continue this rubbish.

  • murtala

    Fellow Nigerians,let’s all join hands and heads to cut the wing of this menace. If its not you today,tomorrow can be you directly or indirectly. Please and please.

  • Tope

    I’m a women so I know hw painful this can be. Beside,the aftermath effect of it is so worrying that any serious society should address it. Unfortunately our societies are always lopsided when it comes to such issues. My prayer is that the relevant authority should be more proactive and direct in approaching the issue. Nice piece.

  • asaju

    I happened to traveled to other African countries and will sadly tell you that its a general continental problem. Some of those countries do not even care about the repercussions. They feel its a must do thing for every child irrespective of status or class. We global reorientation on this as soon as possible. Welldone.

  • jibrin

    Keeping date with certain issues atimes will only promotes your anger especially in NIGERIA. But that’s not to say one will fold his/her hand and watch others suffer. Something must be done to avert the dangers of this practice by getting rid of it in no distant time. Good work sir.

  • nuhu

    @Babalakin,I don’t think there is anything beneficial from this act. Am a Muslim and my religion discourage it. I also know that Christianity do not support it. What benefit then can one gain from practices that are not supported by religion. We should just call spade a spade. It must be stopped.

  • baba

    There is no better time to fight this than now. The more we are allowing it into our traditional settings,the more its been accommodated in our everyday lives. Let’s act fast.

  • @clarinet1803

    It’s truly a malady that needs be addressed.

  • Ndiyang

    Well am a women,experienced it as a teeneger. But can’t say its bad or good. The reason is this,we all knw that our traditions had taught us significant issues of life. Its known that this practice emanated from our traditions. So it may hv some moral content within it. And even the writter said its said ” to avoid promiscuity and demonstrate virgity”. For me I feel we should not completely condemn it but seek for a better way of doing it. Good write up though.

  • Aliyu Jos

    @babalakin,I totally disagree with you. What is the rational for the act? What are the bases upon its establishment? Who recommended it? What positives have we ever seen of it? These are enough reasons why I think its not a good practice and should be stopped.

  • I. B. Haruna

    Babalakin there are no reason whatsoever to subject you child to such humiliation. That child can die instantly cos of that act. Let’s all join hands and fight it plz. Good piece.

  • isah mansur bello

    Ndiyang,am surprised someone can stil encourage this act,worst of it,someone that suffered same humiliation. Let’s not deceive ourselves plz. Yes,traditions had brought many important issues to our progress as humans. Sociocultural practices hv many negative effects and this is one of such. Its high time we shone away from it n move ahead.

  • Efe

    Ndiyang I doubt if you had experienced this barbaric act. For you as a woman to say it should be modified,haba. Its not good in all ramifications. Plz think again and join hands to fight it away from our society.

  • abdallah adamu

    Babalakin and Ndiyang, though you both hv different ideas on the issue,bt seems to me you all are promoting this practice which is so sad. In this era of global ICT n technological advancement one wonders why literate people will think in the direction of supporting this act. May we need more light to be convinced. But certainly not me coz this is an endemic that most be stopped.

  • Likita

    Why would someone say this is a good stuff or sort? Msy be they haven’t been oriented enough on its effects. Good article bro.

  • Aisha hassan

    People should learn to be ccontent with the blessings of their creator instead of abusing it. There is no need for all this. Give your child a proper n sound moral and you hv avoided promiscuity. We will challenges this act anywhere.

  • femi opoola

    Ndiyang as a woman I never expect you to say such. We all know its not healthy and bad. We must not support will come to hunt us later. Please and please.

  • alasan

    Babalakin we shouldn’t be compromising efforts to clean up the society of bad practices. For Ndiyang,am short of words but plz rethink times over on you stand. Thnx all.

  • Israel Ike

    As far as am concerned this is rubbish n should stop. Period.

  • Barde

    As said in the write up,some ppl will argue on this issue bt never thought of a woman less alone one that suffered the pains of the act.

  • John edachie

    I think our should be our yardstick for judgment here. As responsible adults,there are things you know are not right n can never be. So whoever think its good let him OT her go ahead with it. But prosperity will judge all of us.

  • Yusuf Abbas

    Different follks with different opinions. But fact is fact. This thing is bad and should be addressed. Good piece.

  • kareem solanke

    How shallow some people can think. What’s good in this act that someone is saying it should be encouraged? Remember that God is watching you.

  • kareem solanke

    Ndiyang,I thought d pains u went through won’t even allow to think of anything positive about this practice if really there is any. But now you mean you can subject your children to the same act? Hmmmm. Babalakin,there is nothing good on this act that we should promote. Everything about it is evil.

  • eng. m.s liman

    sometimes the sufferings encountered by individuals mks them become conditioned on certain issues.I think that is what happened with Ndiyang case. If not,there are no justifications whatsoever for anyone to encourage this act. it must be stopped with immediate effect.

  • usman yerima

    I feel lyk sheddding tears after going through this piece. Imagine yourself been subjected same thing. I bet you had better comit suicide right. So plz let’s all say no to this practice and many young women from the pains of the stuff.

  • Timbuwak shamaki

    Should I say desperation of cultural necessity? Are people moving in accordance with advancement at all? This are the underlying questions we need to answer first before even judging ourselves.

  • Dr Ambi

    Life is short to cheat others coz this is cheating. Let’s go back to holy books please and spare innocent children the pains of this malady. For the lady that said she is encouraging this act,am urging her to please reverse her comment for the healthy lives of our young ones. Keep the fire burning.

  • fatima abdul

    As woman that I’m,there is no way this act could be supported by conscience beings. However,most atimes traditions do over power personal wills of the people. Bt generally this whole thing is not sensible and should be discouraged tremendously. God bless the writer and the responders.

  • Zee abdullshi

    How bullish some people can be.must they mutilate us? Is it a religious affair thing? Abeg let’s fight them till its abolished completely.

  • Hamman

    Ignorance they say can make someone do anything. I think that is just the simple explanation to this. Let’s all attack it by creating awareness and sensitization campaigns.

  • musa ibrahim

    Ndiyang,am astonished by your support to the practice. Yes may hv some important cultural practices bt certainly not this. We should just wake up and fixed our societies.

  • auwal borosk

    Mine is just prayers for those still practicing,may God let them understand the implications and Stop. Ameen.

  • architect bala

    So long as we breath,there are some certain cultural things that cannot be stopped instantly but gradually. This is because once we try doing so,our parents and grand grand parents will always argue that’s our they went through and survived. Bt gradually we will get rid of them.

  • uche j.

    I hv seen this act more than ten times,and each time it happens I cannot help bt feel for the girls. Later on I got to know of its implications and today got more on it.I hv took it as challenge upon myself. In anytime I went home must surely enlighten those ppl in the village. May God reward you abundantly.

  • yaks abodin

    My people this thing is not only NIGERIA o. Its a global issue just that its more pronounced in some countries coz of their rich cultural heritage like Nigeria. But I believe soon it will be an extinct practice.

  • micah simeon

    How the world is moving but lots of issues left unattended to. This is one of them. The more we inform others on its consquences,the earlier we can get it quenched within the society.

  • abdallah radical

    Sometimes back while watching a documentary saw hw this thing is done. I was shocked and only for me hear again many of its effects. Hp its stooped sonnest.

  • bisallah tibiyat

    This life is just a shame to some. As a woman supporting genital mutilation? How can you Xplain that to your children? This thing is barbaric and we should stop making it look light.

  • Adam usman

    Ndiyang let me ask you a simple question please. Has the act really stop promiscuity? Does it improve the number of virgins we have. None of the above. In some instances it even only encourages those immoral behaviors. What then are we saying? Plz change your mind and fight the act.

  • barkeji

    One thing that is certain is the fact that our traditional institutions are like the law makers in many of our societies. And we can’t claim to know better than them in everything. The practice may have its negatives,but it also got it positives. May be we need to go deep within our cultural origins to know more. But its good as some of the negatives are said here for one to know and counter them.

  • Sadee baby

    Anyone saying this act is healthy doesn’t understand the health implications. Why on earth will one encourage a taboo. This is a taboo and must be stopped.

  • jide abbas

    All this argument shouldn’t be centered to the practice alone. Many factors like environment,literacy level,religious orientation should all be considered. However,the simple truth is that its not good and the community leaders themselves should be educated and their support seeked.

  • timo jembi

    This argument shouldn’t have spanned this far. The logical thing to do is compare the issue of tribal marks with this. Everyone is now against marks because it leaves physical signs everyone doesn’t want right. This is even more fatal and dangerous. Just think deeply.

  • Pharmacist Dangana

    I learned some people are supporting this deadly and nefarious stuff. Can’t imagine that though. Nice work abubakar.

  • dikko umar

    This act must stop except if its another population control system. Keep the nice work a.m

  • David

    Oh my country and people. Collective effort is the only way to get this mash dusted out of our societies. I believe we can do it. God bless us all.

  • Adeola Monsuru

    A friend said continental wahala but I said global wahala. We need to be exposing such issues that are detrimental to human liberty and freedom. More of this bro.

  • faith D.

    I hv been fortunate to visit many villages in many different regions across the country and will emphatically tell u that this menace is still much ongoing. Sometimes if you even try to let them understand they will tag u a deviant. Strong campaigns must surely be put in place to convince those resistance built people. Thumbs up bro.

  • adewale

    Rationallty of people must change to be able to stand any chance of getting rid of the act. Am out.

  • adewale

    Social effects are some of the world most stigmatization factors. It need to stop before people are start being made to feel compromised as humans especially women.

  • faruk

    Great work bro. More knowledge to figure out many Of such things.

  • victor

    May be it should be done like HIV was done too. Exposing and promoting the dangers it harbors so that people will take it serious and stop.

  • Salis

    The end of this is surely insight. Prayers and informations are the key. On the right track.

  • Salis

    Am so worried about how this whole thing is happening and those at the top are either always busy or not willing to act.

  • B. Aliyu

    Keep on enlightening those at the helm of affairs untill a law is proposed to stop this wickedness.

  • storm bee

    This is more like trying to kill a child. So painful and can be potentially life threatening. Its time to rise and stand against it.

  • Kemi

    I hv always been an antagonist of this practice. Sometimes we do pretend or shy away from the truth when actually we know it. We should all support in enduring its kicked.

  • Patrick S.B

    I wish the government will listen and act. But knowing fully the kind of government we hv,I hv no hope on them until proven wrong. Good bless you.

  • usman senior

    Traditions hv always been a serious threat to the socio wellbeing of the people. Not only this,many cultural practices are against religious believes,hence the need to put a full stop to them including this. Good topic and well narrated.

  • festus

    I thought we no longer hv this within our societies again. This need serious prayers with massive campaigns.

  • idris

    Blessed is he who wrote this piece. We need to be learning from the mistakes of our earlier ancestors.

  • osai

    Well well well. Those saying there are some positives from this act deserve better enlightenment on more severe complications. May be that will give you all some things to think about.

  • blessing momoh

    We are humans with feelings. Why should someone just say this thing should be encouraged? No it must be eradicated among our communities.

  • kabiru alabi

    This is a humiliation rendered to an innocent life. We should be ready to play a greater role as agents of change. Good stuff and Weldon.

  • umar kankia

    I urge all well meaning Nigerians to please be more committed to reforming our cultural values starting with this. I’m a prime supporter of cultural practices that are healthy and obliged,but this one is never part of them and should be truncated as soon as possible.

  • Tammy

    Good way to remind people of their negative past and look for a way to correct it. Nice one.

  • abba

    Wow. This is ridiculous and amazing. Let’s join forces kawai.

  • jams obori

    Imagine some people supporting this useless practice. Hmmm don’t know wat to say any more.

  • bangis

    May God be our savior from such acts and others more dangerous than this.

  • abdullahi musa

    Its just a shame that this act still persist in nigeria. Let’s open our eyes to the realities of the world.

  • Hazo

    Classical article,great topic and very timely. Let’s all reminds others about it and its wicked consquences.

  • wale

    Let us learn to live it some practices untill when we stand fight our rights and liberty.

  • Dele

    Pretty right bro. Absolute classic.

  • promise

    Am really impressed by the level of information disseminated by this medium. Good for the country.

  • emeka

    May God enable us to stand against the act. Ameen.

  • Halliru

    This is a tragedy. It can directly or indirectly affect anyone. Say no to it.

  • Halliru

    Am shocked but not surprised. I know our people can do it or even worst. Good piece.

  • MK Yusuf

    Great piece and not surprised by it. I know our people can even do worst.

  • Ibro

    Clear summation of moral abuse rather than uphelding standard.

  • abba anka

    Why would some people say this shit is tradition? Anyway,may be certain traditions adopted it. Good article.

  • ify

    Good stuff my bro and more power to do many of this.

  • Otodo

    Terrible act,despondent practice and shallow thought. Say no to it.

  • Shuaibu

    How innocent lives are derailed. God will be your power little ones.nice work sir.

  • yakubu

    Plain truth in this piece. It must be stopped.

  • dogara

    Its time to wisen up and act accordingly. Enough of this crap.

  • alhaji musty

    What a sad day for me. Fuel subsidy stuff and now this taboo. Wake up plz Nigerians.

  • Vera

    I hv been waiting for such time to read on this issue. Its quite long that I hv been trying to see someone brought this issue up for deliberation. Someone people are saying it should be encouraged while majority are against it. Well,for me its an issue of justification. If those supporting it feel justified,let them go on. Those that feel it should be abandoned should do their ultimate best to stop it.

  • ayo biodun

    OMG! Am just imagining the pains the little women usually feel when undergoing the act. Chai,no let’s stop this thing plz. Is wickedness.

  • Samson

    I remembered when my sister was subjected to this useless stuff in the village. But thank God with awareness and preaching everything stopped. I wish it stop all over. Good one a.m

  • ishaq blueprint

    Believing not to see any of this act again,only to be proved wrong by this piece. The little girl is nothing but just a victim of traditional miss appropriateness. Soon it will be over I believe.

  • aliyu aminu

    Dramatic incidents do happen atimes but how we respond to them is the key. Let’s use our voices and forces to end this mischievous practice plz.

  • eng tj

    There is an NGO on women rights violation in Abuja and lagos,let’s please get them informed on this one as well as assist them in carrying out the process. Thanks.

  • Abdulqadir muhd

    Amazing, this is barbaric. There should an awareness to them by their traditional rulers.

  • igwe

    My sincere advice to those supporting this act is to plz deceased from such and join in fighting it. Let no one be responsible for promoting what may come back and hunt them. Think plz my friends.

  • grace yakubu

    In every human affair there is positive and negative issues to it. But what matters most is which is the larger. In this case,there are lots lots of complications which can endanger the lives of those subjected to the practice. Hence the nerd to end it without delay.

  • Esther Abraham

    Frankly speaking am short of words. Just hope it will end in no far time to spare many children the pains and other negatives attached. Good one abubakar.

  • ezikiel

    Grest piece Oga a.m,nice info and good message across. Keep it up.

  • Jane

    Eyyah my sister,God is with you and your likes. The practice will soon end.

  • Ahmed

    Tradition or not tradition this whole thing must stop. There is no bases for argument here.

  • shedrack

    Sometimes its good to be resolute as a person inorder to stand against certain cultural ideologies. Be it that way,we also need to fight our urge for wicked act.

  • icecube

    To day the least,this should hv no room whatsoever within our societal component. How it was adopted from the onset is still a misery for me to comprehend.

  • brain

    Nice work. I gbadu your style my man.

  • Kate

    May God continue to shower you with lots of knowledge and strength to do more of this.

  • major

    Plain truth is that we must fight this act not only with our mouth,but desired will n actions.

  • sodangi

    Great piece my brother. Keep on the work.

  • sodangi

    Am in support of scrapping this act through whichever means possible. I hail you sir for the art.

  • fatee

    Women always at the center of issues. We don’t need to be circumcised for whatsoever reason. Our nature as women is enough for anything.

  • Moses

    Great article my Oga. Weldone and more of it.

  • musty

    Comprehensive details sir. Documentary ought to be done to enlightened people more on this thing.

  • shade blitz

    Critical as it may sound,some people still don’t care while others still believe its worth doing. We need rebirth in this country from all angles.

  • kabir maude

    Weldone sir. Well said and kudos.

  • ismail

    How I wish it never even existed not only for women but men as well.

  • hashim

    Great piece. Like the narration.

  • murri h

    I really love the piece. Very informative,national issue that need redress with some urgency. God bless.

  • musteeee

    Some share piece with me this morning and must admit that it has already made my day. Grest work and shoul be acted upon.

  • sidi

    Am much concern by government reluctancy to come up with something that will say goodbye to this.

  • femi

    Somethings in this country ehn. Na God go save us.

  • ibro

    Those supporting this devilish act are far from knowing anything about it.

  • Mr moh

    Am lost totally. Why should someone encourage this stuff? Na turn by turn sha.

  • aziz

    Nice one. Great thumbs up to you brother.

  • tk

    Kai. This thing is all wickedness abeg.

  • tukur

    Gbam. I hail million times sir.

  • jummai onotu

    Wow I don’t think I would be able to forgive who ever does that to me,its not fear for a gir

  • zee aj

    May be they will soon start breast mutilation. Everything about women is always abused one way or the other. Selfishness n wickedness.

  • Lade

    Its time our societies grow up plz.

  • suleiman

    Every girl has the right to fight this course after being made to go through such pains. Wake up Nigerians.

  • s.n

    We haven’t Learn? We better do so in time before we got fried by culture.

  • ak

    Timely boast for our traditional reforms. Keep up.

  • b. bello

    Good people of our nation,please when will this kinds of acts end in this nation?

  • tilde

    Though I grown up in the village,bt never witness it. Hp it will end soon for the gud of our young children.

  • Sunday K

    People and some culture ehn.

  • madugu b. y.

    Great piece,highly national topic. Weldon.

  • Sophia

    Good initiative and great contributions. Keep the spirit high.

  • saminu

    Am I dreaming or what? This is absurd and ridiculous.

  • mejabi

    Oh my good God. I think this has to do with illiteracy level. They should be educated deeply and discouraged them on the act.

  • bash k

    To allow this continue is like planting s poisonous crops on your farm. Anyone can be affected. Good piece.

  • tingilin

    Nothing much to say but awesome write up.

  • malcom

    Kai mugu this kind one hot o. Well put and informative.

  • m. m. ibrahim

    One word….fabulous.

  • m.d

    We need to be proactive in such issues. Great piecebrother. Always known its in you.

  • m.d

    Left to me this should be banned in all communities and anyone caught should be severely punished. Good one abubakar a.m

  • lawal saidu

    Oyele pyele. Can’t think of anything better that deserve emergency national attention than this act. Good effort Oga sir.

  • sule ussy

    Religiously wrong,unhealth and what else do you do it for? Common stop it and join the team of fighters to end it. Great one.

  • k.s

    Am a traditionist and have supported many cultural practices. But on this,it should be stopped for many reasons as outlined in the article. God bless you.

  • a. gumel

    Fundamentally one of the reasons for vvf and other gynecological complications. Once stopped,many female issues would hv been automatically controlled. Nyc wording.

  • toyin zeezu

    Conglomeration of many factors ought to be put together to arrest this issue soonest.

  • bana

    Omo naija with some funny funny tinz. In this advance world una still they do olden dez stuffs.

  • tukur muhd

    I don’t even know wat to say. Let me just pray for those doing it to hv God words that will mk them stop it.

  • aisha

    God hv mercy on us in this world and after.

  • hauwee

    This practice must be totally eradicated. Fantastic write up.

  • hauwee

    Non challant attitude from our part is also a major contributing factor. We seems not sensitive to the happenings within our environment. Hp we wake up from here.

  • shamo BB

    Classical piece brother. Keep up the good work.

  • hambali

    Weldone boss. Am behind you you won’t disappoint me.

  • hafsee

    Good work ma boo. Its in you. Keep it up.

  • raks

    Always about us. From one problem to the other. Will wish to see time when nothing related to women will be on the move for discussion. God bless you.

  • faizatu

    thumbs up big bro.

  • khadijat olayinka

    Every tribe hv its own cultural practices. But this is not fair to say the least.

  • kaddy

    Plainly uncall for and needless by any meaningful society.

  • bello

    Modern day slavery. Simple. If not how could anyone explain this? Nyc job a.m

  • abubakar

    Good job my namesake. More of this issues need to be uncovered to clean up our society.

  • zacks

    Upon reading this piece,the only thing that came to my mind was this is wickedness. Nothing more or less.

  • kasim

    Truly classical.good one.

  • jimoh

    More of this bro.

  • boniface

    Remembered those ill acts in the name of culture. Bad omen.

  • Stanley

    Govt must be robust on this inorder to salvage other young onces from being subjected to the act. Good job dear.

  • fahad

    Salutation of excellence sir.

  • Sammy

    Great deal of info there.

  • Samira

    Wonderful write up dear. Great topic to be deliberated upon.

  • h. bappa

    Working seriously on such issues with an NGO to avert some traditional misappropriateness. We need such awareness. Good work man.

  • zainab hussain

    Nice one from a nice person.

  • muktar

    Nice one bro.

  • a. a

    Incredible article there.

  • jj

    I really learned from this write up and hope many hv too. Good one.

  • hamza

    Exceptional one dude. Keep up.

  • anas ibrahim

    Well outlined,information passed and timely.

  • Francis

    My Oga that was a wonderful stuff you put in there. All the best.

  • Abdullah Majidadin Galadiman zz

    This is an animalistic behaviour that only happens in Africa and most be stoped by all means .

  • Abdullah Majidadin Galadiman zz

    This is an barbaric and animalistic behaviour that only happens in Africa and most be stoped by all means .

  • Abdullah Majidadin Galadiman zz

    This is a barbaric and animalistic behaviour that only happens in Africa and most be stoped by all means .

  • fateemah

    Damn this. This is a modern day slavery.

  • Simon

    Wow! I love this stuff men. Nice one.

  • fadila

    Keep up my dear. We need more of this atrocities done against women to be identified.

  • farooq

    Jeje u just they exposed many many things wey dey happen for this world. Go on bro. You got my full backing. Nice drop.

  • jamilu haruna

    High sense of intellectuality,good wording and classical information. Nice one there.

  • zaharaddeen umar

    Omo I gbaudun your style. Nice articulation of words and informative piece.

  • paul

    Many encouragement for this work. Am glad it came from you a.m.

  • shubby

    Really enjoyed the piece. Master class stuff.

  • ndanusa

    Keep it up.

  • tafida

    o boy you triggered my anger on traditionalist. So bad its happening in this era.

  • abba mohd

    Nyc work bro.

  • Adams

    Remarkable write up brother. I love you man.

  • reedah

    This is so bemusing. Like the write up bro.

  • http://wwww.zebbook.wordpress.com zebbook

    Female Genital Mutilation is indeed nothing but madness, and it has got to stop. Thanks for bringing this to our awareness. Well done.

  • Vivian

    Na only God go bless you for this wonderful piece. Great job n Weldon.

  • s. abba

    The world is really sick and this madness ought to be averted.

  • musa abdul

    Short of words on this. Absolutely classic. Keep up.

  • Nas

    I know its always in you to put this on ground. Nice one.

  • abdulkareem

    Glad to have read this piece. Quite educating and informative.

  • danfo

    Baba abu noni. Egbon my man. Good one.

  • sardauna

    Am impressed by this awareness and we all should unite toward stopping it

  • hamba

    The first time I witnessed this act was way back 1986 in my village,and I thought its no longer in practice. But now that I’m aware,will do lots to contribute in getting it out of our society.

  • achiba

    Yeah that was great words put down by great fellow. Thnx for the info.

  • malala

    Though I hv never seen it,but its unhealthy and unwise. Let’s say no to it.

  • diso

    Now I understand why this piece is been advertised too frequently for all to read. Well stated reasons for the practice to be stopped.

  • Dr ak

    Healthwise,traditional wise,all sort of wiseness this thing is bad mehn.

  • gadzama

    Great write up that encapsulated every information regarded to this act. Kip it up bro.

  • a. jafar

    Tantalizing write up and pathetic too. Poor girls must be saved.

  • aty

    Nice move.

  • rasheed

    Great work a.m. Keep d good work plz

  • db

    Enjoyed the write up and keep it up.

  • elfulaty

    Ahan Oga abu. Nice one.

  • zuru

    Some things are even quite difficult to understand. This should stop please.

  • aboje

    I hp those concern will act soon coz our country is damn unserious.

  • magaji

    Nice wordings baba abu. Keep d spirit intact. All d best.

  • abu

    Bro its a well exrayed piece dat need to be acted upon. Good job.

  • basco

    I hail the master writer. Luv the swag in it.

  • kaka

    All d best bro.

  • jerimon

    I love this wella. D info,d story,d eveything self.

  • alabi

    I’m in the support of punishing those doing diz stuff.

  • Agnes

    Hmmm. Tnk God,never Seen it self but should surely be expunged.

  • Ahmad abdullahi

    Those these in skul man. Keep up bro n luck.

  • a. gusau

    NASS should enact laws prohibiting this act n spare children from the the pains plz.

  • hamza

    Kip the good work.

  • a. i

    Just decided to go through this after much publicity,but must admit that its worth sparing time and reading. Good one.

  • nabature

    Am in d mood for taking this shit out of our dear society.

  • aishatu machika

    God bless you you for bringing women issue to the foe of the public to be acted upon. Weldon sir.

  • a yazid

    Great one boo. Kip up.

  • esha

    I remain loyal. Nyc one.

  • hajarat

    Great piece of art words. Symbolic of artistry puttings.

  • onyebuchi

    Hv seen it before bt tink its on the reducing end at d moment. Hp it gets rid of soon.

  • munir

    Comrade you hv been consistent with your write up despite never studied anything related to it. Yours is inborn. Kip up.

  • aliyu umar

    Senior that was a thoughtful piece. Kip up.

  • mdridista

    GM should be an offense not only to the children but our creator. God help us all.

  • nuhu b.

    Encouring work on why this should end. Thumbs up Oga.

  • umar bio

    Baba abuuuuuuuuu. Great work from a very good hand and mind. Nyc job.

  • amaka

    Hwhehe. I swear if they try this rubbish on me ehn,I go show dem Shege. The girls shoul be revolting kawai.

  • meena

    Super tale there brother. Good one.

  • sada

    Wow…Nyc job Oga abu.

  • amina ningi

    Tell the world to know please so that it will be dashed away from our communities. God bless.

  • Elias d

    Enjoyed evry bit bt so pathetic n heart felt piece. God be with you.

  • organyz

    Baba abu women go dey bless you for this one.

  • a. manga

    Such a thoughtful and incisive piece. I dey ur bk jor

  • Anas arif

    Nonsense cultural practice.

  • Anita

    Am disappointed that its a man who picked up this issue and brought it to notice not woman. Bt am highly appreciative for the gesture. God bless you brother.

  • badejo Joel

    Let’s use this article as a starting point toward cleaning up the mess in our traditions plz.

  • auwal muhd

    Yeepeeee. Long tym bro. Good way to reunit after such a long tym. All d best.

  • a. rabiu

    Am seriously in suggestion to report this issue to human right groups.

  • ab jakada

    Great work,keep up.

  • azmi abubakar

    Its a global problem even here in Asia it does happen randomly among different societies.

  • teemah

    Am glad people are taking this issue to another world for action. Good work.

  • baffa

    O boy diz sort of tinz got to be hacked.

  • ab

    Going deep into health or religions,you will realize that there is no basis whatsoever related to this wickedness. Let’s get it scrapped plz. Gudluck bro.

  • bilkisu auwal

    We don suffer o. God we dey ur hand.

  • angel

    Nyc thought. Goodluck.

  • bobo

    Am indebted for such great work.

  • kaltume

    God let me never see such a wicked act. God will judge us all that’s d must important thing. Wish you best.

  • bunmi owolabi

    Its high tym we start differentiating healthy cultural practices from unhealthy ones otherwise we will continue having same problems.

  • ronke

    Madness in its totality is Condemnable.

  • garba

    Tremendous contributions from
    My bro.

  • cj

    Good issue raised n need maximum redress

  • salaga

    Good concept my Oga.

  • davinson

    Astonishingly couragious. Good one and keep up.

  • sadiya j

    Nothing much but Weldon n goodluck.

  • Eli

    Omo baba dat is a great art man. Salute you.

  • endurance

    Goodluck uncle…

  • eucharia

    Proverbial tendencies for witchcraft activities. Nonchalant attitude from us also contributes a lot to it.

  • ezra

    Building on this article is a must and utmost responsibility of all. Tnk u.

  • riyu

    My Oga is at it again. Keep up.

  • faith

    To me there are some positives to take from this act. It can’t all be bad as widely speculated. Virginity can be proved and promiscuity can also be reduced or controlled. Thank you.

  • makarfi

    Great effort my brother. All the best.

  • f. rahman

    Holistic analysis of the reality concerning this issue. All d best bro.

  • madam

    Haba faith how can you said there is positive from this thing? You are a woman o and imagine d pains n d possible complications. Its not wise.

  • funmilola

    I thought u hv stopped writing? Anyway,nyc stuff.

  • bukar

    Am of the opinion that if you think this issue is right as faith claimed let her come out with concrete proofs. Good work brother.

  • abdulsalam umar

    Thy hailed the great a.m for such wonderful effort. Thumbs up man.

  • ghazali

    Proud of you son. More ink to your pen.

  • Gilbert

    All my hands are up for you and pray u win sharperly.

  • sambo

    Can you imagine? A woman saying this thing is good in some aspects. How is that possible plz? Not going with you. Even the virginity n promiscuity you talked of,hv it reduced it for all those years? It rather even enhanced it to a great extent. Plz hv a rethink.

  • kyari

    Faith I don’t think your stand is an encouring one. As a woman I don’t think you should support this course whatsoever.

  • h. lawal

    Am so proud of this write up and the writer.

  • dino

    Stop this useless thing plz n plz. Nyc one baba abu.

  • khadi

    To God be the glory. Nyc article.

  • ozaki

    Am so endowed with this piece Oga abu. God bless us.

  • hafsa bukar

    Babana u rili tried for one. The rest is for the necessary bodies to take the appropriate actions.

  • u. s

    Am jonzing for ya to win bro. Luck.

  • babagambo

    Simply classic and important.

  • hanan dantata

    Now I know you didn’t lost the touch of golden hand and diamond fingers. Keep up.

  • hasheem

    I hail n wish u luck.

  • lamido muhd

    That is a good work. But how can a lady support this issue plz? Just imagine critically and judge ur comment again faith.

  • hauwa idris

    Plz you guys shouldn’t crucify faith for her stance on this. Everyone has his or her opinion. Yes she is a woman bt that doesn’t mean she shouldn’t express her mind according to her thought OT believe. For,its wrong and should be stopped.

  • maijiddah

    Everyone has right to say their minds,bt that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be logical and considerate. Beside everyone know this thing is wrong,then supporting it?

  • ummcy

    Some ppl just say anytin to create argument. How can one justify supporting cruel act? Absolute nonsense. All d best boss.

  • hussaina

    Top of your game bro.

  • hussaina

    Instinctive contributions. Like the ending and the whole message delivered. All d best.

  • akawu

    Long time abubakar n hp u are great? Good piece there u put.

  • issa

    Am greatful to hv gone tru diz write up. We need a collaborative effort to cast it away of our societies. God bless you.

  • eng ibg

    Its been long I read your article nd its great having a test of it once again. Luck.

  • hamisu

    Baba abu the hero. Shout out to u bro.

  • junaid

    Those dayssssssssss. Ehn mehn you are to creative. I truway salute.

  • Mira

    Wish ppl will be writting on meaningful national issues as such without any sentiment. Good job.

  • Vincent

    No long thing my Oga. Alwsys on point.

  • imaobong

    Shout out to one and only baba abu. Nyc words.

  • Lisa

    Frantic effort must be put to direct this issue to the appropriate authority.

  • ivory chipa

    Masterpiece brother. More of it plz.

  • janet

    Its a wonderful reflection of what’s exactly happening in many of our villages against the wills of the children. May God help us all.

  • Omar ringim

    Frankly stated by my bro.

  • dzwafu

    Exceptional contribution toward national development. Hp someone picks it up from here for the next line of action.

  • Joshua

    Really enjoyed the piece and hope for more of it.

  • kabir

    Nyc n incisive. All the best.

  • kb Ali

    Nyc stuff bro.

  • kamal b. marwa

    Abubakar you do still write? That’s so interesting to know. Thought your medical stuff has taken away the writting aspect. Great one.

  • kareema maina

    Am in with everything you said in the write up. Anyone going for the act need psychiatric evaluation.

  • kinsley

    What a piece. Wish you all the best man.

  • b. kabir

    Ever since I heard abt diz practice,I hv been articulating lots of thought to come out with simple rationale behind it but couldn’t. Hence was made to believe its all nonsense and wickedness.

  • elsie

    So creative but most importantly very informative.

  • maigari

    I’m a Christian and hv known no any verse of the bible that said this should be done. Though am not a Muslim bt hv heard many saying same too. Then if that’s the case,why it is then practiced? I thought everything we are doing should reflect the teachings of our fate?

  • layla

    Oga abubakar this time na women you focused on? Good job though.

  • lady b

    On Ur side bro. Nyc piece.

  • saminu

    Abubakar Datz was a very good issue raised. Keep up.

  • livingstone

    Oga me na so life be? U just run from us totally if not for this piece we won’t hear from u again abi? Anyway good one there man.

  • Lois

    With God it shall be taking care up.

  • lado

    Do I need to say anything? All been said. Weldon.

  • yaya

    Gud one. May your pen never dry. Ameen.

  • Mary

    Thanks for the message.

  • barkindo

    Keep them coming plz Mr a.m.

  • panti

    Got carried away by the narration bt finally got the message. Need to stop this things plx.

  • patience

    Hands up for you.

  • mercy

    Baba abu Weldon.

  • yahaya

    Gaskiya u really tried abu. Nyc one.

  • yahaya

    Good job.

  • mubarak

    Everything said. Goodluck.

  • weez

    Great piece.

  • safyan

    Now I understand why am mandated to read this piece. Grest use of words and excellent topic for discuss. Keep up.

  • murjanat

    Datz a nyc one Oga abu. Remain loyal sir.

  • umar suleiman

    Kip it up bro.

  • bichi

    Egbon bobo…..nyc job done there. All the best.

  • mt

    Am in the support of informing NGO’s to take care of this problem. So great piece.

  • pilot

    Massive campaigns ought to be embarked on for the successful eradication of the act within our societies.

  • nabeela

    Thank God this things are now been exposed by good Nigerians. Just hope those responsible will respond accordingly.

  • yaseer

    Critical indepth of the issue at its best. May God bless you abundantly.

  • mangal

    Nyc one a.m keep the flag flying and all the best.

  • n. umar sanda

    I think this is d second or third tym am reading something on this issue. Its tym those responsible should act accordingly plz.

  • nafiu

    What a country! Hmmm.

  • nana

    This is not an issue peculiar to NIGERIA alone. Its the entire African continent and even other parts of the world. May God save our dear ones.

  • Adam nasir

    My Oga everything you said abt diz stuff is ryt. We olso need to visit traditional leaders n sensitize them on such dangers coz tru dem we can reach d community faithfuls easily. Nyc one n gudluck.

  • nazafatu

    From one trouble to another. Women alwsys at d center. Good work though.

  • el rufai

    what a shame for these very ignorant mothers who has failed to embrace the norms of the current century. Muslims, what a funny religion, what new ones hav u got now. Whats a shame.

  • m.n.a

    I stii believe it will come to an end sooner than we expect it to be.

  • hussaini

    Fabulous expose of a devilish act perpetrated ubder the umbrella of culture and tradition. Got to stop.

  • Steven

    What’s wrong with this country plz? From one angle to the other all problematic. May God salvage us rightly.

  • S

    Watz diz again? Women should be respected plz n their privacy dignified.

  • olawale

    I all hail d greatest. The Shakespeare of my tym. Weldon.

  • sabaoth

    Tnk God my generation is picking d challenge of averting this barbaric act.

  • Edith

    Dramatic it may seems,bt very serious n dangerous nt only to the health of those subjected to,bt the nation as a whole interms of productivity n stigmatization. Nyc one abu.

  • peter egwuatu

    Absolutely barbaric and condemnable.

  • pretty gal

    Ahh…if anyone try this on me,both of us will die instantly. Shege wicked ppl.

  • hajj berry

    So pathetic,painful,embarrassing.

  • Danladi

    Let’s keep on praying as well while acting necessarily.

  • r.t

    Thumbs up bro. Keep up.

  • s. dambo

    Incisive,thoughtful,informative and captivative. Good work sir.

  • raheemat

    Great contributions to national progress. Let’s Start to act in no long duration plz.

  • rahila

    Am in luv with this piece for its precision n elaborate information on this menace. More of it plz abubakar. Tnx n luck.

  • dodo

    Its a piece worth not only reading bt sharing with the world.

  • rahma

    I remember wen I first told abt this act and was arguing on its existence n proportion. Bt it seems its still much practiced in out rural settings.

  • Tracy

    On point bro. Kip d spirit intact.

  • rasheeda

    Good art n narration bro.

  • u.b

    Timely reminder of the need to get our conscience bk on track. Great article.

  • ruffy

    If only the suggested way out will be articulated into our law soonest.

  • rkq

    Can’t say more.

  • princes

    As a lady,I feel it should be a law that any person caught should be prosecuted. Simple.

  • j. shehu

    Prayers are what we should jst focused on this issue.

  • rakks

    My daddy excellent one there.

  • sadiq

    Great job bro. U hv always done such. More ink to ur pen n knowledge to ur head.

  • lame

    Always on point. May God be your guide all the time.

  • safeeya

    You really touched my heart with this piece of urs. So pathetic bt shameful. We need to do more on this issue.

  • meeraty

    Tight one btw reality n traditions. Bt we all need to go with reality. Nyc one.

  • saza

    Blessed are those who took other people’s burden as theirs and bring it out for solution. God bless you sir.

  • Trevor

    Hmmmm…..so touching my dear. God will tk care of the girl n other of her types.

  • salma

    Plz we need to be respected more as women. This is lack of respect for our dignity n natural creation. It ought to be stooped immediately. Govt must act now.

  • zubaida

    I totally agree with u salma.

  • lami dogara

    Down n dusted. A.m hv said it all bt we need support n actions. Nyc on bro.

  • altine

    More grease to your elbow btos.

  • liti

    Its a global problem that need special attention n intervention. Good job.

  • yetunde

    Brief,direct n covers everything needed to be said.

  • yau

    I remain loyal sir.

  • madaki

    Mixed feelings for the girl. Eyyah,God they sha.

  • madam Sammy

    God bless yiu bro.

  • Isah John

    The trend has continued to change. At least in my region (Midwestern Nigeria) the campaign against female genital mutilation has really helped the women folks. My sisters were circumcised at tender ages (few months) however I am not aware of any of my sibblings that have subjected his/her daughter to this same cruelty. I think the campaign has been successful. However it needs to be refueled and given wider coverage!

  • fuad

    I think I agree with John isa,the campaign has recorded massive success. However,a lot need to be done to make it an extinction practice.

  • Samson

    Nyc one bro. More effort please on such issues.

  • umar sani

    I have been hearing on this issue for a very long time. And I believe its drastically reducing to a larger extent even though more ought to be done. Keep it up.

  • satey

    Oba of writing. Very important topic and gender sensitive issue. Hope it will be acted upon.

  • b. saudatu

    Active as always to important national issues affecting masses. God will continue guiding and providing you with extra knowledge. Good one.

  • musa

    I gbadu ur style bro. God bless you.

  • shamseeya

    May God bless the parents that gave birth to you. Trully classic and thoughtful.

  • abdulkareem

    Strong advocacy group need to be informed on this. Am sure they will render their support in whatever way to promote its eredicstion.

  • deen

    Nice use of pen and brain. Keep it up.

  • samira sambo

    Wish it will never happen to any lady. God will be our guide as alwsys. Good work.

  • abdulkadir

    Alwsys triggering the positives in people with your thought and mindful write ups. Nice job.

  • abba jimeta

    I remain loyal as alwsys.

  • dauda

    Baba abuuuuu…you have succeeded in becoming a writer abi? The hospital nkon? Good one though.

  • hanny

    Thumbs up to you bro.

  • abubakar

    The words r so pathetic bt factual. She really is very couragious and determined.

  • hanneefa

    God,can’t even imagine myself in such mess. That’s so awkward and terrible. God will judge everyone.

  • sumayya

    Is this a way of reducing human population or what? This is wickedness and nothin more.

  • magaji

    Good job.

  • fanwo kolawole

    Hmmmm. Am shocked by this narration.

  • ahmad

    Great piece from my honorable. I remain loyal sir.

  • tobias

    Baba abu and mama abu….hahahaha. De don try ur ppl ne? Good one thou.

  • adesikun

    Am in this. Surely we need to end this barbaric act by rising to the ocassion now. Good effort.

  • faroooq

    Omo on point. Wish you all the very best.

  • garba

    We need an advocacy and human right groups to create awareness among people. Goodluck.

  • yunusa

    I love the concept of this write up and information it entails. Grt wrk there bro.

  • blessing u.

    how on earth can someone do such mischevious act to fellow human being? I think modernization has surpassed such era of dark age. Wake up call to us all. Nice one.

  • lawal umar

    Nice one. All the best.

  • urom

    May God bless ur effort and crown u with success.

  • ameriko v.

    well,though i neva experience such act,bt i was fully aware of it existence among our rural villages. i pray it shuld be brought to an end soon.

  • tori

    my wonderful Gooooooood oooooohhhhhh…..save us,our dear children and families from this evil act jare. nice effort musa.

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