Boko Haram Not the Biggest Cause of Violence In Nigeria - UN
A United Nations official has said that land degradation and conflict over access to land and water has triggered more bloodshed in Nigeria than Boko Haram. Violence has claimed the lives of 10,665 Nigerians in 2018, a report conducted by the Nigeria Watch has revealed. According to the report, the main causes of violent deaths in Nigeria were crime, political issues, land issues, religious issues, cattle grazing and road accidents.
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