The Ubiquity of Violent Conflicts in Nigeria

  title={The Ubiquity of Violent Conflicts in Nigeria},
  author={Iro Aghedo},
  journal={The Round Table},
  pages={97 - 99}
Nigeria has been entrapped in cyclical violent conflicts since it re-democratised in 1999 after over 15 years of military authoritarianism. Military disengagement from power has largely coincided with the radicalisation of ethno-religious and resource conflicts across the country. Often couched in self-determination mould, the ubiquitous political agitations have undermined national integration, democratic consolidation and people-centred development. The scale and intensity of the conflicts… Expand
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