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Nigerians Discuss Naija | The Concerning State Of Insecurity In Nigeria by torphix: 4:18pm On Jun 12
Nigerians discuss Naija is a show where Nigerians at home and in the diaspora meet to discuss and debate the current events in the country. In this episode, the concerning state of insecurity in Nigeria is discussed especially as the herdsmen attacks and reports of banditry are increasing in southern Nigeria, most recently in Oyo State, south-western Nigeria. The guests discuss the possible causes of the recent so-called Fulani herdsmen attacks. Is this banditry in the worst form? Are Fulani herdsmen truly responsible or is it a coordinated effort by people who don't mean well for Nigeria? Is there an ethnoreligious basis to all the chaos, destruction and loss of lives and property? Or is this simply an end product of economic collapse with the rampant state of corruption?

The guests discuss possible solutions for the state of insecurity in Nigeria. Is this problem still salvageable? What are the roles of the federal and state governments in remedying the situation?


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