Strengthening Nigeria-India Intelligence Cooperation: Much To Do In Fighting Boko Haram

International Journal of social Sciences and Economic Review

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Title Strengthening Nigeria-India Intelligence Cooperation: Much To Do In Fighting Boko Haram
 
Creator Ghazali Bello Abubakar
 
Subject Boko Haram
Cooperation
Insurgency
Intelligence
India-Nigeria
Jihad
Indian Mujahedeen
 
Description Purpose of the study: This paper examines the span period of time that has passed since when terrorist group, loosely known as Boko Haram otherwise Jama'at ahlus-Sunnah lid-Da'awat wal-Jihad (the people committed to the teaching of Prophet, for provocation and Jihad), launched atrocities against innocent civilians mainly in the dominant Muslim northeast Nigeria as an ostensible process of paving the way for the implementation of Shari'ah law in the country.
Methodology:  Qualitative data analysis is applied to conduct this research. Books, journals, and research reports compiled on Boko Haram atrocities were consulted as sources of information. The Indo-Nigeria bilateral ties on the economy and intelligence guide this research to the conclusion.
Finding: On one side, this study concludes that the fertile ground of the ongoing crisis is championed by the rampant poverty, disparity in the distribution of wealth, and a high rate of illiteracy. While in the other, it finalizes that the long-term experience India has on terrorist-related activities within its territories equip her to develop soft landing-approaches that hold various attacks carried out by the insurgents so much undermined. It nevertheless, finalizes that the alleged relationship between the sect and some top political elites and even some higher-ranking security officers began against a backdrop of faceless insurgents. However, Nigeria's domestic pressures, including poverty, illiteracy, religio-tribalism as well as regional sentimentalism, among other factors that bolster the heavyweight size and bulky of the insurgency in the region.
Application: This work is most usefully crucial for both students and readers those that develop an interest in African Studies, International Relations, and Conflict resolution as well.
Novelty/Originality: Boko Haram claims that waging war against the current leadership of Nigeria seized by corrupt individuals and forged Muslims is obligatory. As India faces similar threats and thus passes through experience of dealing with terror insurgents, this paper aims at exploring how India and Nigeria can multiply efforts to fighting the Boko Haram sect.
 
Publisher Aims Academics Journals
 
Date 2020-03-23
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://ijsser.com/index.php/ijsser/article/view/41
10.36923/ijsser.v2i1.41
 
Source International Journal of Social Sciences and Economic Review; Vol 2 No 1: March 2020; 1-06
2706-9346
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://ijsser.com/index.php/ijsser/article/view/41/15
 
Rights https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0
 

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