Boundary and Land-Related Violent Conflicts and Its Implications on the Education of the Female Child in Igboland: A Case Study of Amagu-Adadama and Aguleri-Umuleri Conflicts

Stanley Ikechukwu Uwakwe


This paper examines boundary and land-related conflicts and its implication on the education of the female child in Igboland using the Amagu-Adadama between Ebonyi and Cross River states and the Umuleri-Aguleri land conflict as case studies.  The paper provides a historical background insight of the conflicts. In addition, the paper discusses the concept of female child education, the need for education of the female child in Igboland and the implications of boundary and land-related conflicts on the education of the girl-child and finally, recommends that government and  families should take steps towards eradicating all obstacles to female child education.

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