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This article looks at the juvenile justice administration and child prisoners in Nigeria and finds that while there has been an uptick in juvenile crime, there are no meaningful provisions for juvenile offenders in Nigeria despite the fact that provisions exist within Nigeria's legal framework. The article also shows that juvenile offenders are in most cases, lumped with adult offenders, leading to their being hardened criminals and inhibiting rehabilitation. The article makes use of secondarydoi:10.5281/zenodo.2658064 fatcat:zgunwwgisra6xogpnqixpwmawq