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African Journal of History and Culture
Globally, cases of the so called gender inequality are on increase as social transformation towards modernity and liberal lives. This situation has seriously been contested and reported on matters related to land ownership, employment, education, gender-based violence, marriage lives, decision-making, power struggles, freedom of choice and so forth. Despite its existence, it has been evolving over time in terms of its manifestations, magnitudes and interpretations in Africa. This paper hasdoi:10.5897/ajhc2020.0472 fatcat:6n2ltbqrujfmvoyxhjrnebwysq