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Widening insecurity in Nigeria in the face of covid-19, political economic analysis. Tensions arising from conflicts and insecurity are detrimental to the economy as well as the security well-being of a nation, as it poses a significant challenge to business operations and development in general. Read More :   PEA on Widening Insecurity in Nigeria  ...
The Nigerian State is no stranger to acts of terrorism. The fourth republic has witnessed outbursts of violence and direct attacks from organized groups such as the Boko Haram sect, MEND (Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta), IPOB (Indigenous People of Biafra) although only Boko Haram and IPOB were classified by the Nigerian...
The incidence of rape is not a new phenomenon and it usually involves infants, adolescent girls or younger women as victims. However, some Nigerian national dailies (Premium Times 2013, Vanguard, 2011; 2012) recently reported recurring incidence of rape of older women which seems to be a pointer to increasing Prevalence of elderly abuse, violence on...
Child labour is so widespread in Nigeria today that it has been accepted by many as part of normal life. But the practice is only an abnormality which takes away the innocence of millions of children and it is a threat to the future of the country. ‘Almost half of Nigerian children trapped in forced...
This study explored the linkages between the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown directives and the well-being, sexual and gender based violence of women and girls in Nigeria. The study is also intended to support policy recommendations to accompany both the immediate and Post– COVID -19 approaches to overcoming pre-existing gender inequalities and vulnerabilities. Read More :   Interim...
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