What Peacebuilding Experts Say on Challenges Facing Nigeria - CONVERSATION

Publication Date:
7 June 2021
Nigeria, Conflict, Peace and Security, Governance, Human Rights, International Organizations and Africa

Nigeria's people have over the years had to contend with so many challenges - insecurity, conflict, kidnappings, the continuous attacks by extremist group Boko Haram, issues of governance, corruption and unemployment. But there are those doing what they can to help bring about peace and stability to the country.

AllAfrica's series on peacebuilding in Africa speaks to some of these workers for peace - Dr Fatima Akilu, Dr Adedeji Adreniran, Dr Emeka Njoku and Mustapha Saeed. 

(This conversation has been edited for time and clarity)

AllAfrica's reporting on peacebuilding in Africa is supported by the Carnegie Corporation of New York, "investing in knowledge that inspires informed action in democracy, education and international peace".

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