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Selonnes Policy Tidbits: | Banditry -Nigeria’s Worst Snubbed Problem

Banditry -Nigeria’s worst snubbed problems- is the continual forced removal of indigenes from their homesteads and ancestral homelands via terrorism, visceral violence, butchery, massacres, displacement and occupation that is creating a “Trail of Tears.” Banditry is simply the result of the failure of the FGN to fulfill its responsibility to protect (R2P) obligations. If you create it, you solve it; if you break it, you own it. The Federal Government owns this national security challenge by allowing banditry to fester. No more excuses!

Oseloka Obaze, MD & CEO

Oseloka Obaze, MD & CEO

Mr. Obaze is the former Secretary to the State Government of Anambra State, Nigeria from 2012 to 2015 - MD & CEO, Oseloka H. Obaze. Mr. Obaze also served as a former United Nations official, from 1991-2012, and as a former member of the Nigerian Diplomatic Service, from 1982-1991.

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