3 edition of Ecological Management and Youth Restiveness in the Niger-Delta found in the catalog.
Ecological Management and Youth Restiveness in the Niger-Delta
I. C. S. Ifelunni
by Winrock International Institute for Agricultu
Written in English
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The paper investigates impact of the oil spills on community’s livelihood structures and its influence on restiveness in selected Niger delta affected by: 5. Niger Delta region, vis a vis the corporate existences of Nigeria (Allen, ; Ekine, ; Ibaba, ; Ikelegbe, ). High rate of unemployment among the youths of the Niger Delta is a major reason for the growth and spread of militancy in the Niger Delta region of Size: KB.
Environmental Security Threats and Policy Response in the Niger Delta, Nigeria /ch In recent years, environmental security in the coastal Niger Delta has had a growing scholarly interest from divergent perspectives seeking for broaderAuthor: Luke A. Amadi, Henry Alapiki. Keywords: Militancy, Amnesty situation, underdevelopment, environmental degradation and youth restiveness. 1. Introduction Over the past fifty years, the Niger Delta terrain has been overrun through deliberate over exploitation carried out in total disregard of basic principles of sustainable environmental by:
POVERTY AND YOUTH RESTIVENESS IN NIGERIA: AN EVALUATION OF THE BOKO HARAM CRISIS. Over the years, Nigeria has experienced series of attacks and blests in most parts of the country. The violent agitations by militants in the Niger Delta” (MEND).Author: Chrisantus Oden. Chukwuemeka, E & Aghara () Niger Delta youth restiveness and socio-economic development of Nigeria. Educational Research and Reviews, 5(7), In article  Elegbeleye, O.S. (). Recreational facilities in schools: A panacea for youth’s restiveness. Journal Author: Onyido Josephine Azuka, Brambaifa Anna Preye.
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The study examines the incidence of youth restiveness in Nigeria and how this has affected Nigeria's security and sustainable development. The paper used secondary source and personal observation.
Question 1: Youth restiveness in the Niger Delta is as a result of utter neglect by Government and oil multinationa ls, oppression, internal colonisation and political suffocation (Table 2). Youth restiveness and insecurity began with agitation and demands by the youths in the Niger Delta societies for their rights (economic, political and environmental rights), crystallizing into the inducement of the evolution and activities of youth restiveness and insecurity in the Niger Delta states in general and Delta State in particular.
TheFile Size: 1MB. Several cases of youth restiveness took place in the Nigerian Niger Delta region. The Niger Delta region is located in South-South region of Nigeria.
The nine states that made up the region are Abia, Akwa-Ibom, Bayelsa, Cross River, Delta, Edo, Imo, Ondo and Rivers. The region is marked with ecological degradation, pollution and devastation. Despite this, the Niger Delta people remain poor and underdeveloped. Youth restiveness and violence is the order of the day.
As a product of two separate youth forums, this paper recommends good governance, youth impact assessments, youth inclusion in decision‐making, as well as capacity building as a way out of this by: 7. appropriation of crude oil and its accruable benefits in the Niger Delta region.
Since the s, oil violence in the Niger Delta region has constituted festering sores on the thumbs of the Nigerian state, the Multinational Oil Companies (MNOCs), and the Niger Delta communities.
Due to pervasive underdevelopment occasioned by blatantFile Size: 1MB. References are; hostage thing in the south-south region, the Niger Delta militancy crisis, the Boko Haram crisis in Northern Nigeria (which is the case study of this research work) etc. most restiveness of youths has often been done under the puise of a ring or body, this makes their operational activities fast and : Melisa Santos.
Youth Restiveness, Militancy And The Intractable Problems Of The Niger Delta By Austin Emaduku This lecture was delivered on October 1. The Challenges of Youth Restiveness in Northern Nigeria - CIDA. rich Niger Delta area of Nigeria.
The Niger Delta youth adopted militant approach to fight for resource control in the region. The Federal Government responded by arresting what they perceive as youth restiveness in the Niger Delta, and thus, introduced variousFile Size: KB. Functional Education, Militancy and Youth Restiveness in Nigeria’s Niger Delta: The Place of Multi-National Oil Corporations (MNOCs).
African Journal of Political Science and International Relations 5 (10): –Author: Kalu Ikechukwu Kalu, Konrad Ott. This article, which relied on secondary sources of data, critically examines youth restiveness in the Niger Delta and contends that the root cause is the legal environmental laws that provided the basis for the operational hazards of the oil conglomerates that have collaborated with the Nigerian state whose intervention agencies have largely failed to close the developmental gaps in the Cited by: 2.
Root Cause and Legal Environment of Youth Restiveness. Operational Activities of Oil Conglomerates as Accentuation of the Legal Environment of Youth Restiveness in the Niger Delta Region.
A Critical Discourse of Youth Restiveness as Agitation and Response to the Operational Environment in the Niger by: 2. ABSTRACT. Niger-Delta crisis, cases of youth restiveness and repression are as old as the history of crude oil discovery in the region since andwhen exploration and exploitation of the people’s rights have been breached.
This study closely examined how oil exploration has caused environmental degradation and untold hardship to the local communities in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria.
Nigeria is known to be the sixth largest producer of crude oil among the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), and thelargest in the African continent. The crude oil that puts Nigeria in this position is being.
The objective of the paper therefore is to examine the failure of environmental policy in the Niger Delta and its disastrous consequences on the people. The paper concludes that the restiveness in the region could only be brought under control when the people began to see a pragmatic approach or the seriousness of purpose by the government in Cited by: 2.
Infact the upspring of militancy and youth restiveness in Niger Delta of Nigeria is as a result of neglects, and damage of the environment information for environmental management decision.
Howes () defined environmental accounting as the generation, analysis and the use. Before analysis of the implications of youth restiveness on security and sustainable development, there is need to establish a synergy between the three concepts and their meanings are worthy to be clarified. Youth restiveness Youth restiveness is the extreme form of deviant behaviour among youth which is socially unacceptable in any society.
Youth restiveness is the only means by which they extract short-term concessions and benefits from a majority-dominated federal state like Nigeria. CAUSES OF YOUTH RESTIVENESS IN THE NIGER DELTA Development scholars have advanced several reasons for youth restiveness in the Niger Delta.
Some of the causes of youth restiveness are discussed below. Introduction. The Community Development and Education (CDE) Department is saddled with the following responsibilities: i. Handling Community Relations, Youth Development, Education and Capacity Building, Community Enlightenment, Peace Building Health and Social Services.
Niger Delta, the author was concerned with the social and economic impacts of oil on the region and its local populations. The author only made a passing reference on environmental issues arising from oil exploitation in the Niger Delta.
Ebeku () and Etikerentse (). This paper examines youth restiveness in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria, and the challenges it posed to Nigeria democracy and foreign investment.
Non-parametric statistical and content analyses were essentially used as tools of analysis. The results showed that dissatisfaction of the people of Niger Delta especially the youths on the level of attention given to the development of their Cited by: Abstract.
This chapter highlights the causal relationship between environmental conflicts and forced migration in the Niger Delta. It draws attention to the role of the capitalist mode of production and its social relations in generating scarcities, resulting in environmental conflicts and forced migration in Author: Iwebunor Okwechime.