Underaged female marriage is rampart in Africa, some part of Asia, and in Middle East. This book examines the occurance of child marriage in Africa, with Nigeria as the focal point. It begins with true live stories of underaged female marriages in Nigeria, as case studies. Then delves into our laws on minimun age of marriage, the conflict of laws inherent in our legal system. It also examined religion, customs, and other socio-cultural issues propagating child marriage in Africa.