Nigeria - Are ritualistic or sacrificial killings of one twin known to prevail in Lagos, Nigeria by a parent with traditional/animist beliefs from the Yoruba region in Nigeria who has been appointed village chief? What, if any, domestic protection is offered by the state with regard to sacrificial killings committed by the parent of one of their children? To what extent is the state willing or able to prevent this from occurring? Do domestic laws make this activity illegal? Would a Muslim (living in Lagos, in Southern Nigeria where Muslims constitute a minority) or woman encounter barriers in accessing such protection, if available from the state? Does the state offer any form of internal protection for persons at risk of such behaviour?