Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review

ISSN: 2223-5833

Open Access

The Outgrowing Nature of Insecurity Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic in Nigeria: Issues, Challanges and Way Forward


Abubakar S Yushau Alfakoro*

The paper examines the proliferations of insecurity in Nigeria amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. It also study the dimensions of the various security challenges and the pattern of variance from what is obtainable prior to the menace of SARS-19. The perplexing question is that the issue of Boko haram, banditry, kidnaping, rape, and other social problems are more evident during this pandemic to the extent that the relative peace that is been enjoyed prior to the novel coronavirus is now absence in majority of villages and towns in Nigeria. The Nigeria security outfits has not been able to find lasting solutions to this problems rather it getting worse, quick and lasting solutions is needed to avert and revert the country into normal state of peace if not the Nigeria state will turn into quagmire before the end of the COVID-19 novel virus. This paper made use of available secondary materials of events and cases. The paper suggests the need to re-orientate the government, security personnel’s societies and the general populace towards it effects on security and Nigeria economy in whole.


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