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Olateju attributes broken homes, women abuse to neglect of culture

Olateju attributes broken homes, women abuse to neglect of culture

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Olateju attributes broken homes, women abuse to neglect of culture

Story from Matthew ELOYI

The National Coordinator of Asiwaju Grassroots Foundation, Comrade Ishola Olateju has attributed the incessant cases of broken homes and abuse of women in Nigeria to the neglect of Culture and abolition of History in the education curriculum.

Olateju made the assertion while speaking at the first Monsurat Ajoke Foundation interactive program tagged “Female Hangout.”

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While observing that lack of cultural understanding and total neglect of culture has destroyed many homes, Olateju said “We must go back to the way our forefathers handled their families even when they married more than one wife.”

The Founder of the Monsurat Ajoke Foundation, Mrs Monsurat Ajoke said, the interaction was organized to listen to the plight of women who are suffering in silence without the courage to speak up.

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The hangout featured medical check-up, interactive sessions, counselling, skill acquisition, and entertainment.

Olateju attributes broken homes, women abuse to neglect of culture

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