Wetin be rights of women on top culture, burial, native tradition mata or when time reach to share property?

To dey discriminate against woman na act wey dey unlawful for Nigeria.

Section 15 and 16 for Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination (CEDAW)[1] condemn discrimination for women for parental rights mata, reproductive rights wey relate to how to space pikin of number of pikin pesin wan born, or make dey dey push women aside on top property, family name wey woman fit use, kain profession for women or untop education mata.

Some practices still dey for some are for Nigeria against women especially for traditional and cultural practices ontop inheritance, burial rights, political empowerment, child marriage, marital and parental rights wey no supoose be.

On discriminatory practices wey relate to make woman inherit property or for burial rights, some women don dey fight for dem right as dem don dey go court. For ne case wey dem dey call Onwo v. Oko[2] a member of the Assemblies of God talk sey em discriminate against am the wey dem treat am make she mourn pesin wey don die for her community wey go against her belief Court of Appeal come give judgement wey favour the woman .

Also for the case of Augustine Nwafor Mojekwu v. Caroline Mgbafor Mojekwu[3], dem explain sey under Olu Ekpe custom for Anambra state, na only male child go inherent dem papa property. If male child wey suppose inherit the property come die where he no get male child, n aim papa brother go inherits dem papa property. If dem papa brother die, na the brother son go inhereit all dem papa property. The Court of Appeal come condem the practice.

Our people, we dey respect culture, religion and custom well well but dey sey make we no do am against our women or brothers.

[1] UN, Treaty series, vol. 660, p. 195

[2] (1996) 6 NWLR (Pt. 456) 584

[3] (1997) 7 NWLR (Pt. 512) 288