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Armed Forces Security Organizations and Nigerias National Security Challenges A Case Study

. International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development 3 (3): 737-741 (April 2019)

Abstract

Nigeria is known as the giant of Africa and for a long time has remained the watchdog of neighboring countries. Nigeria has participated in peace keeping operations in Liberia and Sierra Leone to mention a few. In accordance with it good neighborliness policy, Nigeria has always tried to play a leading role in peace keeping operations. Coming to its domestic issues Nigeria has in the recent past been bedeviled with several security challenges. What readily comes to mind is the readiness and capacity of Nigeria's military and security agencies to maintain Nigeria's military national security. With a view to finding out, this research paper tries to finds out whether the military and security agencies have the capacity to maintain Nigeria's national security. It's important to note that the importance of a nation's military national security which has to do with armoury and weaponry basically military preparedness cannot be taken for granted. This paper used survey design to collect data from major states ravaged with major security challenges. Results gathered through empirical evidence show that Nigerian military and security agencies have the capacity to maintain Nigeria's national security. The paper made recommendations towards enhancing the already existing capacity of the military and security organizations to maintain Nigeria's national security. Dr. Orkar, Oryina Michael-David | Shaminja, Tersoo, Solomon | Nev, Terwase Timothy Ärmed Forces, Security Organizations and Nigeria's National Security Challenges: A Case Study" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-3 , April 2019, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd22878.pdf

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