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The legal issues surrounding abortion in Nigeria and the United States of America are multi dimensional.
This work showcase the fact that, despite the fact that, issues relating to abortion in both countries cannot be divorced from the perspective of human rights as well as human rights laws as they affect both the pregnant woman and the fetus (Unborn Child), one point still stands out clearly; "there are areas where the laws of both countries agree, and there are areas as well, where the laws of both countries disagree".
The comparative analysis exhibited in this work will go a long way in educating students and researchers on the abortion issue as it relates to Nigeria and the United States of America.
The first author, an LLM graduate of Obafemi Awolowo University and a PhD graduate of Universiti Utara Malaysia, specializes in International law.
she currently lectures at the Faculty of Law, University of Ilorin, Nigeria.
The second author is an LLM graduate of University of Ilorin, Nigeria.
He is also a successful legal practitioner in Nigeria.
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