In some parts of Nigeria, cultural norm still places so much emphasis on the boy child to the detriment of the girl child. It's believed that the son would inherit his father's name, while the daughter would be married off. While some people say such belief has been overtaken by events, others believe it's still in vogue. What do you think? The Next Edition sampled some opinions.
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