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Takunda Ushe reviews the re-enactment of the 2016/17 Gambian electoral crisis through a simulated Commission of Inquiry at the Future Africa Fellowship. He highlights the complexity of "the will of the people", as a prevailing factor in the actions of political players.
According to the Global Terrorism Index (2019), Nigeria is the third-worst nation prone to terrorism, with no improvement since 2017. This is despite having an annual defence budget that is the highest in the West African region. What happened on the evening of the 11th of December is a devastating example of the consequences of a security sector characterized by this irony - seemingly resource-rich but still ill-equipped to manage Nigeria's security realities.
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