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Female gangsterism on the rise in Nigeria

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By Kenny Adetunji

Women turning to the same tactics that has suppressed them for centuries.

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Female gangsterism is on the rise in Nigeria, and it is becoming a serious problem. There are several reasons for this, including the fact that women are often marginalized and left with few options. They may turn to gangs for support, or for a sense of belonging. Additionally, gangs can provide women with a sense of power and status that they may not otherwise have. The rise in female gangsterism is also due to the fact that gangs are becoming increasingly organized and sophisticated. They are now wielding more power, and are able to engage in more criminal activities. Additionally, the use of Social Media has made it easier for gangs to recruit new members, and to share information.


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