A Legal Prognosis of Child Labour Under The Nigerian Child’s Rights Act

Jide Ogunsakin


The phenomenon of child labour is a universal malaise. Children the world over have been ruthlessly exposed to tasks that are not only hard and labourious, some of these have been found to be both dehumanizing and death dealing. In Nigeria, the situation has become a patent of cause for concern. This article examines the ramifications of child labour in the said country, the effect of the obnoxious practice and measures that hopefully will take children out of the doldrums.

Key words: Child, Child Labour, Child’s Rights, Parental neglect.

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