Nigeria: How Using the Military in Nigeria Is Causing, Not Solving Problems

[AllAfrica - Africa] - 15/05/2019
[The Conversation Africa] Governments have a responsibility to protect their citizens against external aggression and internal violence. The first is usually the responsibility of the military. The second duty falls on the police.
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