They assume the commitment of dissident groups within those countries to the fundamental capitalist principles of the countries they are courting for support.
This article examines the problem areas articulated by the former Chief Justice Dahiru Musdapher concerning causative factors of insurgency and instability in Nigeria, and proposes a solution utilising an institutional framework that incorporates both religious and political actors.
Such words gained force when the Patriot Act gave the government extensive new powers to spy, interrogate and detain. The entire dynamic is propelled by the innate qualities of religious symbolism, particularly its multivalence and capacity to reveal a perspective that can integrate diverse realities into a system.
The case of Nigeria Benue is often referred to as the Tiv state, and Taraba as that of the Jukun. A society where the middle class is small with an equally small or smaller upper class and a robust lower class is prone to dangerous conflict.
Knowledge, magnanimity, and energy, these three, are the virtues universally binding. But this states a complex phenomenon rather too simplistically. People in any community inherit the primary ideology of their community in the same way that they inherit the language of their community.
It continues to be on the front burner in matters of security, insurgency and, indeed, the continued existence of Nigeria.
Transparency International Annual Report, Such a society is usually characterised by great instability. We might as well get in front of it. Political alienation or contempt can be manifested by both the rich and the poor - in some instances, simultaneously.
The Jos crisis involves issues similar to those facing the Warri in Delta State, including control of territory, ethnic hegemony and political, economic, socio-cultural rights. Nigeria is at the moment at a crossroads. This has not been acceptable to the Jukun.
As Immanuel Wallerstein has said: For we know now that we have permanent, mortal enemies who will seize upon our vulnerabilities to bloody us, to murder our citizens, to commit horror for the purpose of forcing horror upon us The more threatened people feel, the more strongly they recommit themselves to those fundamental primary ideological principles, which they know will reassert order and security within their communities and lives.
But the achievement being made, it comes to the same thing. In the late 20th and early 21st centuries, examples of such movements abound in both Western and non-Western communities and countries: It is also designed to reinforce and perpetuate the fundamental features of their primary ideologies.
This, in turn, is reflected in Western attitudes and Western peoples become increasingly aware of a world of: This is not the Nigeria we inherited from our predecessors, this is not the Nigeria we envisioned as young men.
The imposition of forms of democracy based on presumed independence rather than interdependence and economic organization required by the world economic system have reduced increasing numbers of people in Third World countries to penury, with diminishing political, economic and social protection.ABSTRACT In the last few decades Nigeria has experienced violent conflicts and antagonism rooted in religion, ethnicity, and economics.
communal conflicts in Tiv land area of the Middle Belt region of Nigeria are not an exception. The complex issues of population-resources pressure vis-à-vis communal conflicts in Tivland is the focus of this study.
Field interviews and observations were carried out while Census figures forandand Land Use/Land Cover (LU/LC) data of study area forand were used to calculate the Land Consumption Rate (LCR) and Land Absorption Coefficients (LAC). AN EXAMINATION OF THE EFFECT OF THE TIV-JUKUN CONFLICT OF CENTRAL NIGERIA ON DEVELOPMENT By UKERTOR GABRIEL MOTI (Ph.D.) (Senior Lecturer) Department of Public Administration University of Abuja, P.
M. B.Abuja, Nigeria 1 ABSTRACT Nigeria has had a plethora of ethnic, religious, communal and environmentally-induced conflicts. groups has intensified communal conflicts in Nigeria. The State needs to rethink its strategy and embrace conflict transformation strategy which focuses on the relationships between the parties in the midst of or previously engaged in a given conflict.
Keywords: Conflicts, Land Conflicts, Communal Conflicts. 1. Collectively, the results suggest that inter- and intra-communal conflict within the region has a causal relationship with declining per-capita land ownership and scarcity of cultivable land in.
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