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Some of the books published by WACOL include the following:

 CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT

WHvoice%20of%20adoleO IS A CHILD?

The various Children and Young persons enactments define ‘child’ as a person who has not attained the age of 14 years and ‘young person’ as one who has attained the age of 14 years but has not attained the age of 17 years. However for the purposes of this write-up, the word child covers both children and young persons.Download

 



You and the Electoral process in Nigeria

As a citizen of Nigeria, your vote is your power to change the future. It is your right and your responsibility. Exercise your civic ElectoralProcessresponsibilities, vote now!

Your vote can make a great difference in the governance of this country; vote and vote wisely too!

VOTERS’ REGISTRATION

  • As a Nigerian Citizen, you have the constitutional right to vote and be voted for.
  • To stand for election, you must be a party card carrying member.
  • You can exercise your voting right only if you are a citizen of Nigeria of 18 years of age and above and you are duly registered and given a voters card during the voter’s registration exercise in your area.

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WILL MAKING:  WHAT IS A WILL?

Action%20Women%20Cover%20PageA Will is an instrument used by an owner of property to transfer his interest or estate in the property upon his death to any person of his choice. It is usually a document by which a person makes a disposition of his property to take effect after his death. The person who makes a will is called “the Testator” while any person who benefits under a will is called “a Beneficiary“. A will is normally made by a  person during his lifetime distributing his/her property to either spouse, offspring, relatives, friends etc., but these beneficiaries do not get to acquire these property until after the death of the testator. For a document to pass for a will it must inter alia dispose of a property, where a document does not dispose of any property at all it cannot be said to be a will.Download

 


 

 

 

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