Kidnapping Terrorism and Political Violence, Implication for Strategic Security Management in Nigeria

Aderibigbe, Adejare Morenikeji, Olla, John Oluwafemi


The way out of socio-economic crisis in Nigeria is clear; that Nigeria must create institutional structure and the relevant social conditions which will make it very difficult for any person to ride into national power on a tribal horse which will polarize the country with the associated vices of socio-economic significance. Okadigbo (June 30th 1986).

Kidnapping, terrorism and political violence are product of political instability occasioned by ethnic politics which would be intellectually criminal to gloss (those points of friction) that are responsible for the rise and fall of government (A paper entitled: political leadership in Nigerian presented to a seminar at the centre for west African studies, university of Birmingham on November 191995).

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