Cross-Border Armed Banditry in the North East

Cross-Border Armed Banditry in the North East
Cross-Border Armed Banditry in the North East

Cross-Border Armed Banditry in the North East

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This volume is the result of the Yola workshop organised under the cross-border relations workshop series by the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs.

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This volume is the result of the Yola workshop organised under the cross-border relations workshop series by the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs.

The workshop addressed the implicationsof the recurrent cross-border armed incursions for internal security and Nigeria’s relations with Cameroun, Chad and Niger Republics in the North-East zone of the federation.

The broad conclusion which emerged at the end of three days of deliberations in this forum was that Nigeria and its two contiguous neighbours in this zone needed to closely coordinate their security and socio-economic development policies in order to overcome the mutual vulnerabilities of their peoples to Common threats.

To come to this conclusion, the chapters in this volume addressed a multitude of related issues, which had been the subject of intense discussion at the workshop by scholars, government functionaries, social activists and traditional authorities with expert knowledge of the issues at stake.

This publication, as presented, allows the general public to be informed and participate in the debate about the need for Nigeria to vigorously pursue an “integrative” policy in managing its security, social, economic and cultural relations with its immediate neighbours, especially with particular regard to the cross-border
communities.

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