Recently, Nigeria has experienced various acts of domestic terrorism and kidnapping that may be rooted in many forms of motivations and agitations. These aggressions have resulted in homegrown bloodshed, émigré aggression, or even organized international network assaults against the population. The scourge of these terrorist activities has continued to weaken the Nigerian character or moral fiber. While the government is trying to combat these offenses caused by extremist activities, there are still remedies that have not been implemented prudently or applied properly. In this article, we propose various forms of the repertoire of actions which the government can use to effectively fight and combat terrorism in a democratic Nigeria.
Onwudiwe, Ihekwoaba D.; Tsado, Lucy; Ejiogu, Kingsley U.; McGee-Cobbs, Rochelle E.; and Okoye, Ifeoma
"In Defense of the Nigerian Homeland,"
African Social Science Review: Vol. 8
, Article 5.
Available at: http://digitalscholarship.tsu.edu/assr/vol8/iss1/5