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Patriarchal Ideologies

By Bahiti And Dalila

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“To break the chain of poverty women need to be empowered
even if the men have always operated the “palace-temple-among
technology complex” and the women have always operated the
“kitchen-gardens-home craft-childbearing complex.” The hope of this
study is to address these institutional inequalities by: engineering a re-
socialisation process within the dynamics of cultural and social
institutions to overcome internalization and inspire empowerment
through the media to promote the rights of Tiv women to effectively
participate in the democratic processes of rural development through
people controlled communities to overcome their marginalization and
rural poverty…Over two hundred school girls abducted by Boko
Haram, The Chibok Girls that highlighted the agony of women in that
part of Nigeria have not been released, a year after their abduction
May 2015. This national shame is enough to send the government
home, yet it is business as usual with callousness and impunity. The
same leadership is seeking sympathy for admitting defeat at elections
for conceding defeat; unheard of! Nigeria has become a private
property, so much so that violent holding onto power is legitimized
and the people owe it a duty to eulogize a rejected leader who is
walking the gallery instead of walking the gallows.
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Abstract

“To break the chain of poverty women need to be empowered
even if the men have always operated the “palace-temple-among
technology complex” and the women have always operated the
“kitchen-gardens-home craft-childbearing complex.” The hope of this
study is to address these institutional inequalities by: engineering a re-
socialisation process within the dynamics of cultural and social
institutions to overcome internalization and inspire empowerment
through the media to promote the rights of Tiv women to effectively
participate in the democratic processes of rural development through
people controlled communities to overcome their marginalization and
rural poverty…Over two hundred school girls abducted by Boko
Haram, The Chibok Girls that highlighted the agony of women in that
part of Nigeria have not been released, a year after their abduction
May 2015. This national shame is enough to send the government
home, yet it is business as usual with callousness and impunity. The
same leadership is seeking sympathy for admitting defeat at elections
for conceding defeat; unheard of! Nigeria has become a private
property, so much so that violent holding onto power is legitimized
and the people owe it a duty to eulogize a rejected leader who is
walking the gallery instead of walking the gallows.

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