EXAMINING WHY TERRORISM TENDS TO INCREASE AS THE COUNTRY ADVANCES ECONOMICALLY, POLITICALLY AND SOCIALLY INSTEAD OF DECREASING

PROJECT TOPIC- EXAMINING WHY TERRORISM TENDS TO INCREASE AS THE COUNTRY ADVANCES ECONOMICALLY, POLITICALLY AND SOCIALLY INSTEAD OF DECREASING

CHAPTER ONE

  • Background

 Since the year 2002 to present time, terrorism has become a front burner in Nigeria. Terrorism has eaten so deeply into the bone marrows of the “giant of Africa” (Nigeria). It has threatened the peace, security and fundamental human rights of Nigerians/non Nigerians. This has raised several eye-brows and has attracted serious attention of government, non-governmental organizations and individuals.

 In an attempt to solve the menace of terrorism in Nigeria, the National Assembly came up with terrorism, (prevention) Act 2011,” which shows the extent to which Nigeria dreads terrorism. Amongst all other forms of terrorist group that has existed and probably still in existence in Nigeria is the Bokoharam sect, which is the pivot around which this research work will be revolving round, or the heart of the discussion.

Bokoharam is an Islamic religious sect which has targeted Nigerian’s police, rival clerics, politicians and public institutions with increasing violence since, 2009. The driving force that necessitated a research into this field of study is for the purpose of knowing the brain child of formation, the origin of the formation, the supporters and founders of the sect and the applicable laws that govern terrorism in Nigeria.

PROJECT TOPIC- EXAMINING WHY TERRORISM TENDS TO INCREASE AS THE COUNTRY ADVANCES ECONOMICALLY, POLITICALLY AND SOCIALLY INSTEAD OF DECREASING

1.1     Statement of the Problem

A thorough research in this area of law will expose the root causes of terrorism , the Panecia to the menace, abuse of power, why some individuals or organization support, fund and prefer terrorism. Some of these problems that manifest as a result of this conceptual analysis of the Bokoharam menace and terrorism are as follows:

  1. i. The rationale behind the increase or rise of terrorism.
  2. ii. Individuals or organizational support and funding of terrorism

iii.      The panecia to the menace of Bokoharam sect.

  1. What can amount to terrorism, the meaning of the concept, and the punishments that the offenders deserve.

1.2     Research Question

  1. Why does terrorism tend to increase as the country advances economically, politically and socially instead of decreasing?
  2. Why do people support and fund terrorism?

iii.      What is the solution to the problems facing Nigeria presently in the         guise of Bokoharam?

1.3     Objectives of the Study:

  1. At the end of this research the study will contribute meaningfully to the eradication of terrorism.
  2. ii. To discourage people from supporting or funding terrorism

iii.      To suggest the way out of the present menace of Bokoharam

  1. To determine whether the Act has the strength it takes to enforce terrorism

1.4     Methodology:

The research methods employed in assembling data/information in respect to this work are based on findings from secondary data such as text books, journals and legal articles published by reputable authors and writers. Also used are new papers publication and materials from the internet.

1.5     Relevance/purpose of the long essay:

The research will achieve the following aims and objectives:

  1. i. A society free from terrorism.
  2. ii. A nation free from moral, political and religious sentiments.

iii.      Fill in places where Lacunas abound in the Act.

  1. Arrive at a compromise solution to the problem/menace.

1.6     Delimitation/Scope of the Study:

This research is centred on the conceptual analysis of the Bokoharam Menace and terrorism prevention Act 2011 under Nigeria Legal System. Things in which the court should put into consideration in enforcing the terrorism prevention Act of 2011.

1.7     Limitation:

 The major limitation is that of financial challenges and difficulties in sourcing the materials needed for the study .  Secondly, there was difficulty going round the locus in quo (scene of crime) to witness all the menace as they happened because of threat or danger to life.

Time is also a necessarily limitation since the study seems un-exhaustive (its’ about every day occurrence) till the present time.

[1]  en. Wikipedia.org/wiki/Bokoharam

[2] See, Anti-Money Laundering and Terrorism Act, 2011

[3]  The National News paper, Thursday Nov.  2011 Pg. 4

[4] Africa today News paper 1980 (some analyst say the movement is an outgrowth of the maitasine riot of the 1980’s and the religious terrorism that follows in the late 1990’s

PROJECT TOPIC- EXAMINING WHY TERRORISM TENDS TO INCREASE AS THE COUNTRY ADVANCES ECONOMICALLY, POLITICALLY AND SOCIALLY INSTEAD OF DECREASING

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