A non governmental organisation, CLEEN Foundation has said security threats influence Nigeria politics and are fast becoming the storms that must be dis encumbered through multi stakeholders corporation and collaboration.
CLEEN Executive Director, Kemi Okenyodo, during a presentation of the findings of the election viability poll and 9th security threat assessment in Abuja, said few days to the proposed election, the utterance of some political leaders and the manifestation of violence in some parts of the country even before the elections have heightened tension in the country.
In its reports, CLEEN said some Nigerians have begun to relocate to other countries or to other parts of Nigeria as a result of this fear, adding: “There are strong indications that the activities of non-state actors particularly insurgency by the Boko Haram fighter and counter insurgency measures by youth vigilantes is intensifying.
“These attacks signify the control of the Northern section of the state by the Islamist fighters which when added to those parts of the state already captured in the Central and Southern parts amount to nearly half of Borno state”
“The intermittent violence in Southern Kaduna in the North West zone remained unabated. Some of the ethno-religious contentions in the state have continued to simmer.”
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