Women's social role in Nigeria differs according to religious and geographic factors. Women's role is primarily understood as mothers, sisters, daughters and wives. Additionally, women's roles are in accordance with ethnic differences and religious background, with women in Northern Nigeria being more likely to be secluded in the home, than women in Southern Nigeria, who participate more in public life. Modern challenges for the women of Nigeria include child marriage  and female genital mutilation. A large number of the children work as maids , shop helps and street hawkers. The use of young girls in economic activities exposes them to the dangers and other problems such as sexual assault, missing classes, lack of parental care and exploitation. All twelve states are governed by Islamic Sharia Law.
African state of Nigeria is in the western part of the continent. Because of the large population of Nigeria called the "giant of Africa" , despite the fact that this state by area in the 14 th place. The country spread of Islam , Protestantism and Catholicism. Nigeria is the second largest in the world by number of feature films produced, second only to India and bypassing the United States see also: The most beautiful Hollywood actresses. Nigerian film industry, by analogy with Hollywood called Nollywood. National sport in Nigeria is rightfully considered football. Nigerian women are different , usually darker skin , unlike Ethiopian women or Angolan women.
Printing presses are few, and high-quality paper stock is hard to find. And there is no formal distribution network, beyond selling the publications in a select few chain outlets or at major airports. The transactions are clumsy: Customers quickly throw money out their car windows before traffic picks up and they move on. Beyond all the logistical hurdles, roughly 87 million people in Nigeria — out of a population of around million — live below the poverty line.
She moved a lot - from Benin City to Jos , where she spent the better part of her toddler years, and later to Lagos, where she has lived for the greater part of her life and still resides till date. Ejenobor got married on 23 April to Steven McDermott. Ufuoma later bagged a degree in French language from the University of Lagos where she partook in a Federal Government scholarship holiday programme.