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EFFECT OF BOKOHARAM INCESSANT ATTACKS ON NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

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ABSTRACT
The study assesses the effect of Boko Haram incessant attacks and crisis on the development of Nigeria. The terrorizing effect of the activities of the fundamentalist sect, Boko Haram on the socio-economic condition of the country has become so devastating that some financial institutions, companies and other business ventures have closed down in many areas, thereby causing relocation of non-indigenes and indigenes alike to other states. It is based on the above that this paper seeks to find out the extent the Boko Haram insurgency has affected the socio-economic development of Nigeria. During the course of the study, it was discovered that the insecurity situation in the country was so tense that even the indigenes have started to send their children and wards to some parts of the country for their education. 
 Using a descriptive-analytical approach, this paper examines the security challenges Nigeria faces from insurgency and the impact of this on national peace, security and sovereignty. The study shows that the frequency of insurgent attacks has resulted in collateral damage on the peace, stability, development and sovereignty of the state. It finds also that the federal government has not been decisive enough. These place urgent and decisive demand on the government to adopt new management strategy that will address and contain the insurgent and terrorist groups. Specifically, it also provides a better understanding of the dominant insurgent group the Boko Haram sect and the effects of violence and insurgency on the oneness of the Nigerian State. It also suggests possible solutions, which include traditional conflict resolution approaches to curb the menace of violent extremism and insurgency in Nigeria. 

Keywords: Nigerian State, National Security, National Development Insurgency, Boko Haram  

                      TABLE OF CONTENT

CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
          1.1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE STUDY                  1-9
          1.2 STATEMENT OF PROBLEM                                          9-10
          1.3 PURPOSE OF STUDY                                                   10
          1.4 OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY                                         11
          1.5 LITERATURE REVIEW                                                    11-14
          1.6 LIMITATION OF THE STUDY                                          14
          1.7 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY                                    14

CHAPTER TWO
      
         2.0 BACKGROUND INFORMATION ON NIGERIA                  15-16
         2.1 INTRODUCTION                                                                 16         
2.2 DEMOGRAHY                                                                      16-17
         2.2.1 EHNO-LINGIUSITIC GROUPS AND POPULATI             17
         2.2.2 RELIGION                                                                        17-20
         2.2.3 LANGUAGE                                                                      20
         2.3 ECONOMY AND POVERTY RATE                                     20-23
         2.3.1 HEALTH AND WELFARE                                                 23-25
         2.4 EDUCATION                                                                        25
         2.5 POLITICS AND CORRUPTION                                           25-26

CHAPTER THREE

         3.1 UNDERSTANDING THE BOKOHARM INSURGENCY                                                      27 -29
         3.2 NIGERIAN GLOBAL TERRORISM PROFILE                                                                    29 -32
         3.3 CONSEQUENCES OF THE BOKOHARM INSURGENCY                                                 32-36
         3.4 BOKOHARM IN NIGERIA: IMPLICATION FOR NATIONAL SECURITY                            36-37
3.5 BOKOHARM: IMPLICATION ON SOCIO- ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA       37-39

CHAPTER FOUR
 4.0 STRATEGIES FOR ADDRESSING THE MENACE OF THE BOKOHARAM INSURGENCEY
          4.1 THE STRATEGY OF COERCSION
          4.2 THE STRATEGY OF LEGAL RESPONSE
          4.3 THE STRATEGY OF DIALOGUE AND NEGOTIATION 

CHAPTER FIVE
          5.0 SUMMARY, CONCLUTION AND RECOMMENDATION 
          5.1 SUMMMARY 
          5.2 CONCLUSION
          5.3 RECOMMENDATION 
             REFERENCES



EFFECT OF BOKOHARAM INCESSANT ATTACKS ON NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

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Project ID MAS1035
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    Type Project
    Department Mass Communication
    Project ID MAS1035
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 85 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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