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It consisted of a set of structured, pretested questionnaires that were administered to consecutive antenatal attendees. Results: A total number 0f 111 pregnant women were enrolled for the study. The mean age of respondents was 28.46 years 4.88 with a range of 18-45 years. Eighty-two percent (82%) of respondents in the study were aware of modern contraceptives. Seventy-nine respondents (71.3%): N= 107 of respondents were able to identify the definition of contraception as a means ofdoi:10.9790/0853-13460107 fatcat:skwet4rthnaqvls3olaxrjpl54