Terrorism in Nigeria is an impediment to national security
and sustainable development. Nigeria is presently preoccupied with multi-polar
insurgency, with antecedents dating back to the 1960s and 1980s. The attacks on
security agencies, civilians, churches, mosques, foreign embassies in Nigeria
and the United Nations oﬃces in Abuja have become more worrisome as such
attacks have always resulted in collateral. With the new media, improved and
sophisticated weaponry, the terrorists have...
AbstractThe relationship between the legislature and the
executive is pivotal to any constitution and is one of the central
characteristics of a model of government. This research examines the
implications of executive-legislative conflicts in the Nigeria's Fourth
Republic. Nigeria political development has been hampered by the conflictual
political relationship existing between the key actors of policy making and
policy execution. Thus the study, adopted a qualitative approach relies o...
It is a fundamental fact that
Boko Haram has stepped up assaults in the northeast of Nigeria since it
rejected government claims of a ceasefire, showing it remains the biggest
security threat to Africa's biggest economy and top oil producer. The series of deadly attacks across many
states in the north have made the Boko Haram rebellion the most widespread in
Nigeria’s post-independence history). the worry is not just about the
debilitation the insurgency is steadily causing&...