bokoharam71Saron Messembe Obia
(Master of Science in Security Studies and Post Graduate Diploma in Criminology and Security management from the Pan African Institute for Development West Africa (PAID- WA)

Copyright @ 2022: Research Institute for European and American Studies (www.rieas.gr) Publication date: 2 January 2022

Note: The article reflects the opinion of the author and not necessarily the views of the Research Institute for European and American Studies (RIEAS)

Abstract- Eradicating Boko Haram necessitates stopping ideology and the respect of religious order (fatwa) of radical leaders. The death of the brutal and ruthless leader Shekau, appeals for the development of a new grand strategy. A strategy which needs to prone education, provide scholarship for youths to study abroad and come and resonate the dangers of terrorism to their communities. Though the multinational joint task force can exploit the split within the group, but the focus remains combating emerging trends. This paper provides directives, which aim to support governments in the region in their efforts to devise policies. To assess the opportunities and challenges facing the proper implementation of the regional strategy, two perspectives must be considered: national policies and strategies and community experiences. For both, a regional and foreign dimension shapes and influences policies, strategies, and approaches. The paper equally points out the necessity for disarmament, demobilization, rehabilitation, reinsertion, and reintegration (DDRRR) of former Boko Haram associates...Read more

mozafrica9Saron Messembe Obia
(Master of Science in Security Studies and Post Graduate Diploma in Criminology and Security management from the Pan African Institute for Development West Africa (PAID- WA)

Copyright: Research Institute for European and American Studies (www.rieas.gr) Publication date: 13 December 2020

Note: The article reflects the opinion of the author and not necessarily the views of the Research Institute for European and American Studies (RIEAS)

Abstract- Africa continue to battle with the rise of jihadist group. From Boko-Haram to Al Shabaab, Al Qeada in the African Maghreb and Ahl al-Sunnah wa al-Jamma’ah (ASWJ) gaming Mozambique. Some of the justifications of jihadist tendencies in Africa is due to the political configuration of some African states, economic situation in local communities, religious and other social vices. ..Read more

med4Saron Messembe Obia
(Master of Science in Security Studies and Post Graduate Diploma in Criminology and Security management from the Pan African Institute for Development West Africa (PAID- WA)

Copyright: Research Institute for European and American Studies (www.rieas.gr) Publication date: 8 August 2020

Note: The article reflects the opinion of the author and not necessarily the views of the Research Institute for European and American Studies (RIEAS)

Abstract

Streaming back to the history of global terrorism, the 19th century jihad is indeed the power of contemporary trends. Just as civilization started in Africa, the quest for cultural advancement and religions propagation in the form of crusades and scholarship began in Nigeria in the 19th century with Usman Dan Fodio, advocating for education and respect of Islamic norms, which he attained his objectives in a most peaceful manner. Though his crusade was flag under the banner of jihad, treaties have not been respected in the world, amounting to the global menace on human security. ... Read more

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