The Nigerian State, Security and Boko Haram (2010-2015): An Evaluation.
Nigeria currently suffers a gangrene condition. Security deficits are merely emblematic or symptomatic of an unhealthy state. The crises of the Nigerian state are such that there is no consensus yet on the narrative. This paper identified the basis of the dilemma in the unresolved and unsettling issues constituting the National Question. With a reliance on secondary data backed by textual...
Published at Acta Universitatis Danubius–Administratio
Published in 2016
Ibietan, J., Abasilim, U. and Ebhohimen, D.
Abasilim Ugochukwu David » Ugochukwu David Abasilim is a lecturer in the Department of Political Science and International Relations, Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria. He holds a PhD degree in Public Administration. His research interests include Public Administration, Public Personnel Management, Organisational Leadership and E-Governance. Prior to commencing his Ph.D, he completed a Bachelor’s degree in... view full profile
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