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#EndSARS: Military Vows to Punish ‘thugs, miscreants’ Engaging in Violent Attacks

Godsgift Onyedinefu The Nigerian Military and other security agencies said it have observed with dismay some violence-related protests across the country  particularly the increasing number of attacks on peaceful protesters by "thugs and miscreants. The military said it will no longer condone any attempt to undermine the democracy and therefore warned

Violent Attacks: Over 311 Nigerians Killed in August, Insecurity May Worsen in Coming Months–Report

*Unemployment, inflation rises as deciding factors Godsgift Onyedinefu Nigeria, may in coming months record an increase in the insecurity situation as unemployment rate hit 27.1%, as at the second quarter of 2020, indicating that about 21.7 million Nigerians remain unemployed, a new report has found. The report releasd by NigeriaMourns on Friday

Understanding Fulani Perspectives on the Sahel Crisis

By Modibo Ghaly Cissé The disproportionate representation of Fulani in militant Islamist groups in the Sahel has led to the stigmatization of the entire Fulani community. Reversing this will require renewed outreach and trust-building between Fulani leaders, government authorities, and neighboring communities. Fulani shepherds celebrating le retour du yaaral de Diafarabé in central

Op-ed: Herdsmen’s Menace and a rare Panacea

By Emmanuel Onwubiko   John Keane is a professor of politics at the University of Westminster and the WZB (Berlin). The aforementioned scholar, who is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, is the author of a best seller politics book called “The life and Death of Democracy”. As a student of political