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Nigerian rape crime law

hmmmm wooooo
I cannot say this isn't a similar sentiment I've had for a long time



https://www.republicworld...-will.html

Nigeria State's Governor Passes New Castration Law For Rape Convicts

Nigeria's Kaduna state's new law says that male rapists will face surgical castration, death penalty and female convicts will face removal of fallopian tubes.

Written By

Janvi Manchanda

http://www.nydailynews.co...story.html


New rape law OKs castration for male offenders, fallopian tubes removal for female offenders in Nigerian state

By Nelson Oliveira

New York Daily News |

Sep 17, 2020 at 11:46 AM

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Interesting! Let's see if they actually follow through with this.

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https://www.state.gov/rep...m/nigeria/


Section I. Religious Demography

The U.S. government estimates the total population at 203.5 million (July 2018 estimate). A 2012 survey by the Pew Research Center's Forum on Religion and Public Life estimated the population to be 49.3 percent Christian and 48.8 percent Muslim, while the remaining 2 percent belong to other or no religions. Many individuals combine indigenous beliefs and practices with Islam or Christianity. A 2010 Pew report found 38 percent of the Muslim population self-identified as Sunni and 12 percent as Shia, with the remainder declining to answer or identifying as "something else" (5 percent) or "just a Muslim" (42 percent). Included among the Sunnis are several Sufi groups, including Tijaniyah and Qadiriyyah. There are also Izala (Salafist) minorities and small numbers of Ahmadi Muslims. Christian groups include evangelicals, Roman Catholics, Anglicans, Pentecostals, Baptists, Anabaptists, Methodists, Presbyterians, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and Jehovah's Witnesses. Other groups include Jews, Baha'is, and individuals who do not follow any religion.

The Hausa-Fulani and Kanuri ethnic groups are most prevalent in the predominantly Muslim northern states. Significant numbers of Christians, including some Hausa-Fulani and Kanuri, also reside in the north. Christians and Muslims reside in approximately equal numbers in the central region and southwestern states, including Lagos, where the Yoruba ethnic group, whose members include both Muslims and Christians, predominates. In the southeastern states, where the Igbo ethnic group is dominant, Christian groups, including Catholics, Anglicans, and Methodists, constitute the majority. In the Niger Delta region, where the Ogoni and Ijaw ethnic groups predominate, Christians form a substantial majority, and a very small minority of the population is Muslim. Evangelical Christian denominations are growing rapidly in the central and southern regions. Ahmadi Muslims maintain a small presence in several cities, including Lagos and Abuja.

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