by Moses Adeyemi
1) Family planning is listed as a basic and fundamental human right of Nigerians so that they can determine freely and responsibly the number and spacing of there children.
2) Nigerians need the right to determine the spacing of their children and access to information and availability of the full range of safe and effective family planning methods.
3) Family planning methods are fundamental to saving the lives of women and adolescents as well as a key factor in the realization of sustainable development goals by 2030.
4) Nigeria has 16 percent unmet needs for family planning and this is a result of their inability to access free and effective methods.
5) To enjoy family planning right, information in appropriate language and education about the various choices available to women must be available nationwide.