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No pay, no peace: political settlement and post-amnesty violence in the Niger Delta, Nigeria
  • S. Eke
  • Sociology
  • 1 December 2015
The peace accord between the Federal Government of Nigeria and the Niger Delta (ND) militants, within the framework of the 2009 amnesty programme, immediately yielded positive results. Daily oilExpand
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Running to Fight Another Day: Commodification of Peace and the Resurgence of Violence in Post-amnesty Niger Delta
  • S. Eke
  • Political Science
  • 2 April 2016
ABSTRACT Peace cannot be procured like a bar of chocolate. The processes leading to peace are painstaking and must be enduring; gradually replacing the environment of rancor with an ambience amenableExpand
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Articles : From Alms to Arms: The Almajiri Phenomenon and Internal Security in Northern Nigeria
State and multinational efforts aimed at containing jihadist terrorism in northern Nigeria have only yielded modest results despite the repressive nature of these efforts. The ranks of the footExpand
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‘Good Policy’ Gone Bad: Institutionalised Ranking of Citizens and Identity Conflicts in Nigeria
  • S. Eke
  • Political Science
  • 29 November 2015
Contrary to mainstream thinking, the existence of diversity does not necessarily condemn a state to instability and chaos. In fact, difference is a good ingredient for progress because each groupExpand
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State fragility and violent uprisings in Nigeria
Abstract The emergence of the Islamic sect, Boko Haram, and its transformation into a terrorist organisation has dominated recent discourse in the fields of political science and security studies,Expand
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Address Causes not Symptoms: Engaging the Festering Culture of Impunity from the Dimension of Fragility in Nigeria
ABSTRACT The complexity of the problems plaguing the Nigerian nation is beyond what is imagined. Contrary to the claims of the Nigerian government, these issues are not exaggerated. The vicesExpand
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How and why Boko Haram blossomed: examining the fatal consequences of treating a purposive terrorist organisation as less so
  • S. Eke
  • Political Science
  • 2 October 2015
Boko Haram (BH) is an insurgent group that operates mainly in northeastern Nigeria. Its stated aim is to establish an Islamic state, and it employs terrorism as its strategy. Earlier interests ofExpand
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Why this Charity Begins Abroad: Comparing Nigeria’s Foreign Peacekeeping Undertakings and Domestic Counter-insurgency Operations
Abstract The Nigerian state has had a turbulent history and even more worrisome present. Its sovereignty has been flagrantly challenged and its territorial integrity undermined by domestic non-stateExpand
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