Facial scarring: the violent practice of people who are seen in Africa as a symbol of organ and beauty

  • Nduka Orjinmo
  • BBC News, Abuja

Woman with facial scars

Fountain of the image, BBC / Nduka Orjinmo

Facial escalation is a practice in Nigeria.

Families and communities tallaban cortes profundos en los nios, generally in ambush mejillas or in frent, mainly as a brand of identity.

Las marcas también contenían historias de dolor, reencarnaciones y belleza.

It is practically, without embargo, that it does not fall short of a federal law prohibit all forms of infant mutation in 2003.

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