African Customary and Religious Law Review (ACARELAR) aims at publishing peer-reviewed papers dealing with issues of customary and religious laws which are of relevance to Africa, Africans, and scholars of Africa. It provides a forum for scholars to report research findings in indigenous and religious laws and their applications towards peaceful harmony, peaceful co-existence, and human development in the light of autochthonous contexts. Well researched and original papers on topical subject matters, which will also contribute to learning and life in a multi-religious society, are therefore welcome. ACARELAR appears once in a year in March. The Review is published online and in print, and is abstracted and indexed with some major indexing outfits. Articles in it appear promptly in Google scholar. Submission of manuscripts can be made all through the year.