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The Boko Haram Uprising: how should Nigeria respond?
Abstract Since the execution of Osama bin Laden and a few other al-Qaeda kingpins, the incidence of international terrorism seems to be on the decline and the ‘war on terror’ has been applauded as aExpand
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Boko Haram insurgency in Northern Nigeria and the vicious cycle of internal insecurity
The phenomenon of the Boko Haram insurgency in Northern Nigeria has generated many security concerns. This article explores the implications of the Boko Haram insurgency in Northern Nigeria forExpand
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Insurgency in Nigeria: A Comparative Study of Niger Delta and Boko Haram Uprisings
The Niger Delta militancy and Boko Haram insurgency pose the greatest security threat to Nigeria since the end of the civil war in 1970. This article places both rebellions in comparativeExpand
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No war, no peace
The armed conflict over crude petroleum oil in the Niger Delta has raged for several decades. A host of peace initiatives have been adopted by the Nigerian state to address it, but with minimalExpand
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Who wants to be a millionaire? Nigerian youths and the commodification of kidnapping
Kidnapping has become so pervasive in Nigeria that there is now a palpable apprehension among the people who are unsure of whom the next victim will be. The crime has become a veritable commodity inExpand
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Inadequate Information in Laboratory Test Requisition in a Tertiary Hospital in Benin City, Nigeria
Aim: Laboratory investigations are important aspect of patient management and inadequate information or errors arising from the process of filling out laboratory Request Forms can impactExpand
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The Peoples Democratic Party and Governance in Nigeria, 1999- 2007
Abstract There is a profound paradox about the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Nigeria. The party, which earned the respect and admiration of most Nigerians in the rare times of military rule, inExpand
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Isolation and characterization of bacteria flora from dumpsites in Benin City metropolis, southern Nigeria.
BACKGROUND : The waste dumps are indiscriminately placed at common sites in developing countries. It has been reported that over 5.2 million people, that includes 4 million children, die each yearExpand
This paper examines youth engagement in the conduct of the 2015 general elections in Nigeria, against a backdrop of historical experiences. Discounting the doom youth theory of youth bulge, youth inExpand
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