All Rights Reserved. Every society across the globe has its peculiar problems and challenges. Nigeria is not an exception. As a developing country, she faces her own share of social, political, economic and cultural problems which has in no small measure affected the well-being of the populace. One of such problems bedevilling the country is the rising wave of crime. This study examined the increasing wave of crime in Nigeria and the factors incapacitating the police and other security agencies in the task of crime prevention and control.
A Critical Analysis Of The CyberCrime Law In Nigeria
Nigeria Crime & Safety Report: Lagos
The concept of domestic violence is not a new phenomenon in the contemporary world that we live in. Domestic violence is the term that is used to indicate the aggressive deeds perpetrated by one of the partners in an intimate association on the other with whom they share close attachment. In America alone, a projected number of two million females endure violence at the hands of aggressive males who use it as an instrument of manipulation and control. This essays aims at reviewing literature on the factors that lead to domestic violence. In addition to the factors causing domestic violence, the various theories on familial violence that have been put forth by scholars and experts will be analyzed. Due to the fact that this is an area of study that elicits very diverse but strong sentiments and opinions from academicians as well as lay people, a variety of literature exists that can be studied, analyzed and used to come up with informed.
Nigeria 2019 Crime & Safety Report: Lagos
Mike Uzochukwu writes on many topics, including metallurgy, business, insurance, and the challenges faced by today's youth. Corruption is Nigeria's biggest challenge. It's clear to every citizen that the county has an extremely high level of corruption. Corruption is found in every sector of society. Critical examination of both small and large sectors reveals corrupt practices at every level.
Crime in Nigeria is investigated by the Nigerian Police. All the major ethnic groups , especially Yoruba and Igbo , have strong patriarchial societal structures that lead to the justification of domestic violence. Nigeria is a source, transit, and destination country for women and children subjected to trafficking , including forced labor and forced prostitution. Trafficked Nigerian women and children are recruited from rural areas within Nigeria - women and girls for involuntary domestic servitude and sexual exploitation , and boys for forced labor in street vending, domestic servitude, mining, and begging.