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The paper explores women knowledge of Reproductive Health and Reproductive Health Rights in Nigeria using Ankpa Local Government of Kogi State as a unit of analysis. Qualitative research was carried out using in-depth interviews. 20 married women were interviewed and 5 married women and 5 married men were discussants in the focus group discussion in Ankpa local government area (LGA) of Kogi State and the findings revealed that cultural, religious, educations as well as empowerment of women are some of the impediment to reproductive health knowledge and rights in Nigeria. The paper suggest, educating women as well as creation of jobs opportunities.