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BOKO HARAM AND SOCIAL-POLITICAL CHANGES IN THE NORTHERN PART OF NIGERIA

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          Boko Haram figuratively implies that western for non-Islamic education is a sin, is a very controversial Nigeria militant group that seeks for the imposition of sharia law in the entire northern states of Nigeria. The hierarchical structure of the group is not presently well defined. The official name of the group id jamaiatu Ahlissunnalidda ―awaiwal jihad, which in Arabic translate to ―people committed to the propagation of the prophet’s teaching and jhadl literally therefore the group means ―Association of sunn’s for the propagation of Islamic and for Holy war (jihad) and Islamized northern stats of Nigeria and probably conquer the entire country through jihad. So far, the group has been waging the war successfully in it area of stronghold.


          Boko Haram made its presence known in 2004, in Yobe states, and by 2011, it made its presence known to the global community by bombing the United Nations Headquarters in Abuja, especially in the last two years, it has willfully attacked hundreds of buildings and killing many innocent Nigerians. In spite of the calamity the group has caused the government seems not to know how to clip the group‘s wings. In this research work, therefore, effort will be made to philosophically and legally appraise the group activities and its implications on Nigerian National integration. We will look at the social-political changes in the Northern Nigeria, and possible suggest solutions that will assist in curtailing their activities in Nigeria


TABLE OF CONTENTS


TITLE PAGE                                                                                  i


CERTIFICATION                                                                          ii


DEDICATION                                                                                 iii


ACKNOWLEDGEMENT                                                              iv


ABSTRACT                                                                                    vi


TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                viii


CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION


1.1       Background to the Study                                                                           


1.3       Objective of the Study                                                                               


1.4       Significance of the Study


1.5       Methodology


1.6       Statement of the problem                                                                           


1.5       Literature Review                                                                                       


1.6       Scope and Limitations of the Study


CHAPTER TWO: HISTORICAL BACKGROUND AND DRIVING FORCE BEHIND BOKO HARAM TERRORISM IN NIGERIA


2.1       Origin of Boko Haram sect in Nigeria


2.2       Funding, membership and ideology of Boko Haram Islamic sect in Nigeria.


2.3.      Membership of Boko Haram sect


2.4.      Ideology of Boko Haram sect


2.5.      Religion and ethnic bias of the Boko Haram sect


2.6.      The Driving Forces behind Boko Haram Insurgency


CHAPTER THREE: BOKO HARAM AND SOME HISTORICAL ANALYSIS


3.1.      The Northern Nigerian Context


3.2       Boko Haram insurgency more active in the northeast of Nigeria                   


3.3.      Spate of Attacks in Northern Nigeria


3.4       Political context of Boko Haram insurgency in Borno State


3.5.      International Links of Boko Haram         


CHAPTER FOUR: STRATEGIES FOR ADDRESSING THE MENACE OF THE BOKO HARAM INSURGENCE 


4.1. The Strategy of Legal Response


4.2. The Strategy of Dialogue and Negotiation 


4.3. The Military Approach in curbing the Boko Haram menace


4.4. The Military “Massive” Offensive Strategy against the Boko Haram


CHAPTER FIVE: SUMMARY, CONCLUSION


5.1. Summary


5.2. Conclusion


BIBLIOGRAPHY


BOKO HARAM AND SOCIAL-POLITICAL CHANGES IN THE NORTHERN PART OF NIGERIA

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