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Monday, 11 July 2016

NIGERIA RANKED AS 4TH DEADLIEST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD

NIGERIA RANKED AS 4TH DEADLIEST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD


By Paul Paul Ihechi Alagba

For Family Writers

The former British colony, Nigeria has been ranked 4th in the 2016 list world most deadly countries.
The ranking which was based on the rate of internal conflicts being experienced in over 170 countries of the world was published by the World Institute for Economics and Peace.

The report indicates an upsurge in the rate of internal conflicts in Nigeria which has been mismanaged by the security agencies in the country, thereby resulting to the rapid increase in the number of deaths recorded in the country.

The incessant killing of hundreds of Biafran activists and Shiite members by Nigerian security agencies has aided in catapulting Nigeria to one of the world's most unstable and deadly countries in the world.

The unrelenting terrorism of Boko Haram in the Northern part of the country, and the incessant terrorism of Fulani Herdsmen across the country which has resulted to hundreds of thousands of death is also one major factors that contributed to this horrible ranking.


Nigeria ranks above countries experiencing intense conflicts such as Yemen, South Sudan, Pakistan and Central African Republic.

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