CATTLE RANCHING A PANACEA TO HERDSMEN CRISIS IN CONTEMPORARY NIGERIA.

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Herdsmen crisis is a menace faced by Nigeria before now. This project work attempt to show how the crisis came to existence and ways this menace can be curb from the country. The researcher both used primary and secondary data when making his findings. One on one personal interview were mostly used to gather the primary data while the newspaper and thesis were used to gather secondary data. The researcher used chisquare test to test these data gathered. In conclusion of this project work the researcher recommended solutions to the herdsmen crisis in contemporary Nigeria.

CATTLE RANCHING A PANACEA TO HERDSMEN CRISIS IN CONTEMPORARY NIGERIA.
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    Type Project
    Department Political Science
    Project ID POL0580
    Fee ₦5,000 ($14)
    No of Pages 121 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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