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The attitude of undergraduate females toward genital mutilation in a Nigerian University



The attitude of undergraduate females toward genital mutilation in a Nigerian University



Research Journal Of Medical Sciences: 6, 295-299



This study investigated, the attitudes of females towards genital mutilation and the harmful effects in the lives of undergraduate females in a Nigerian University. The population consisted of all the undergraduate females in Nigeria. The sample of 200 females were purposively selected in various Departments in the Faculty of Education, University of Ado-Ekiti during the sandwich programme because people from various cultures and tribes were part of the programme.

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