The RWAFF was meant to militarily guard the mineral resources for the colonialists and to enforce cooperation among the natives, thereby striving to impose peace and unity in Nigeria. Before exiting at independence, the colonialists installed a military-guarded civilian structure of government that aligns with colonialists’ interests in ethnic communities’ mineral resources.
Military, security-wise, is very important and very useful, especially for the maintenance of peace and order from external attack, including the fight against terrorism like Boko-Haran deadly.
INSECURITY IN NIGERIA Underlying the quest for national security in Nigeria is the issue of political morality, which focuses on the question of defining the relationship between the state and the various groups in the society.Political morality properly construed seeks to establish and sustain the essential conditions for the smooth functioning of the state and society.It is in this light.
USIP conducted research on the transition to civilian-led security and governance in northeast Nigeria and the Lake Chad Basin in the aftermath of the Boko Haram insurgency. USIP experts suggested replacing military forces with police officers—increasing both the size and capacity of the police as part of the process—and creating a formal interagency cooperation mechanism dedicated to.
Peace and security are necessary prerequisites for social harmony as well as political and economic development. It is a truism that peace in any country is dependent on social justice and the.
INSECURITY IN NIGERIA Underlying the quest for national security in Nigeria is the issue of political morality, which focuses on the question of defining the relationship between the state and the various groups in the society. Political morality properly construed seeks to establish and sustain the essential conditions for the smooth functioning of the state and society.
It is interesting to mention that Nigeria has been a member of African Unity Peace and Security Council (AUPSC) responsible for addressing conflicts in various parts of the world but unable to boost peace and stability in her jurisdiction. For instance, there has been rampant killing by a group called “Boko Haram” in the northern region of the country where lives and properties have been.
Nigeria Launches National Action Plan on Women, Peace, Security May 10, 2017 Idris Ibrahim Launching of Revised National Action Plan resolution on Women Peace and Security.
Peace and Security agenda, that is women’s increased equal and full participation at all levels of decision-making. However, serious challenges hinder the effective implementation of the NAP of Nigeria, including with regard to the goal of participation. 15. According to the 2015 statistical report on Women and Men in Nigeria, the highest.
Security rationales: The protection of Nigeria’s territorial integrity, sovereignty, as well as lives and properties of Nigerians at home and abroad is a major consideration for embarking on peace operations. Although Nigeria considers itself duty-bound to play a leading role in addressing Africa’s security challenges, it tacitly includes ensuring its own security. In an increasingly.
Recently, i compiled a list of the world’s richest billionaire school drop outs and today, I will be compiling a list of Nigerian billionaires and top richest people in Nigeria but please this list will be restricted to entrepreneurs only. Politicians and individuals whose source of wealth cannot be traced are excluded from this list. Most people have asked why so few Nigerians made the.
Nigeria, the richest country in the sub-region has had to carry the huge burden of providing leadership and logistics for most of the ECOMOG operations. It has become characteristic for the sub-regional organisation to try in each case to promote the principle of cooperation and sub-regional solidarity as key elements in the efforts to achieve peace and security even as criticisms mounted.
Building lasting peace in war-torn societies is a daunting challenge for global peace and security. Peacebuilding requires sustained international support for national efforts across the broadest.
Essay. Women’s Political. Electoral Violence in Nigeria: Implications for Security, Peace and Development Thompson Bobby Ugiagbe March 05, 2010. Election violence has remained a feature on Nigeria’s political landscape, and a review of the problem suggests a number of reasons. This article identifies poverty, a culture of impunity, weak penalties, a lack of effective governance, and.
A tenuous peace. Natives in the territories around this dangerous highway confided that the road is relatively safer now because the bandits, rustlers and militia groups operating in the northwest rarely ventured out during the raining season. The terrain in the raining season hampers movements, making swift attacks and escapes impossible. They additionally attribute the relative lull in.
Nigeria has little cultural logic; its peoples would never have chosen to live together. Over time, though, coexistence became a historical necessity, and citizens came to accept their common nationhood. In the euphoric days of newly won independence and the triumphant aftermath of the civil war, Nigerian unity resonated powerfully. Until.
Nigeria, the “Giant of Africa,” has the distinction of being one of the richest and most populous African nations today. It has a fascinating history. Starting out as a prehistoric settlement (1100 B.C.), it has been home to numerous ancient African civilizations that gave way to Islam (11th century AD) and Christianity (15th century. Nigeria has also been a victim of the Transatlantic.
For Nigeria to survive, thrive and flourish in peace and unity, the nation must stand solidly upon the principles and practice of liberal democracy. The only way any government in Nigeria can succeed is for it to harness the potentials of all the divergent groups in the nation. A government with discriminatory tendencies will only utilize the potentials available within the narrow confines of.
Nations Security Council resolutions on women, peace and security. 1 and the latter in its preparations for the Commission on the Status of Women 57th session in March 2013. It is anticipated that the research will also be useful for the implementation of DFID’s new programmes, particularly the Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme (NSRP) and others as they start to be implemented.