Susan Ubogu, Temitayo Asuni and Kudirat Abiola are fighting child marriage in Nigeria

These schoolgirls want an end to child marriage. So they're fighting to change their country's constitution

Updated 0845 GMT (1645 HKT) May 25, 2019

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Lagos, Nigeria — In a plush living room of a home in a wealthy suburb of Lagos, three teenagers are huddled around a computer.
Kudirat Abiola, 15, Temitayo Asuni, 15 and Susan Ubogu, 16, want to change the law on child marriage in Nigeria and they're deep in discussion, even ignoring calls to break for a hearty Sunday lunch of jollof rice and southern fried chicken.
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