ABSTRACTNigeria as a
country in West Africa faces the challenge of violent-conflicts resulting in
mass deaths and destruction of valuable properties worth millions of dollars.
The problems seem to be spinning in a vicious cycle endlessly, from “Boko Haram
to Herdsmen/Farmers conflict, from Niger-Delta militancy to ethnic clashes and
other pockets of unrests. These conflicts have hampered the growth and
development of Nigeria in many respects over the years. However, a number of