In parts of Africa, girls as young as five are still being sold to settle their parents' debt as part of a tradition known as money marriages.

The so-called money wives can face decades of slavery and sexual exploitation as they are passed from one owner to another.

Al Jazeera's Ahmed Idris reports from the town of Bechevay in Nigeria, where money marriages are widely practiced.

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