Non-Kinetic Solutions for Security Challenges in Nigeria
I am a strong advocate for a non-kinetic approach to security challenges in this great nation. The provision of basic necessities is crucial for solving these problems. Applying the Relative Deprivation Theory and Politics as tools for compromise, consensus, and negotiation can make a real difference. Addressing issues like access to food, water, and shelter for the masses can greatly reduce the risk of radicalization. With the right policies, we can make real progress in improving the lives of ordinary people.
Furthermore, to effectively address security challenges in Nigeria, the government must make use of technological tools, and must work closely with local communities and grassroots organizations to build trust and cooperation. In addition, more security personnel must be recruited and trained to meet the country’s needs.
ith over 200 million people and a large geographical area, Nigeria’s current security architecture is clearly not sufficient. To protect the people, it is essential to increase resources and manpower.
Abdulkadir Yusuf Garba
AG Yusuf, DICT, PDDPIT, NDPA, BSc. Pol Sci. (In-View)