This dissertation set to find out the Nature and Management of Internally Displaced Persons from 2012 to 2015, taking northern Nigeria as a case study. Chapter one contains the background to the study as an introductory part, statement of the problem, research questions, aims and objectives of the study, scopes and limitations of the study, and literature review, theoretical framework, assumption of the study, and definition and operationalization of concepts and chapterization. Chapter two explains the background of insurgency, consequences of insurgency and table of selected incidents of Boko Haram attacks in Northern Nigeria. Chapter three also examine the background of Internally Displace Persons, causes of internal displacement of persons, the nature of internal displacement of persons in Northern Nigeria and figure of IDPs identified in Northern Nigeria, the management of internally displaced persons in Northern Nigeria, national response to IDPs situation and international response. Chapter four covers the summary, conclusion and recommendations.