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INSECURITY IN NIGERIA: THE IMPLICATIONS FOR INDUSTRIALIZATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Nigeria as a great nation is fraught with violent conflicts, chaos, anarchy and disorderliness, and retrogression. These scenarios precipitated the innate desire to embark on this research. This study concentrated on insecurity in Nigeria: The implications for industrialization and sustainable development. Objectives are set to highlight the causes of insecurity in Nigeria and also to proffer solutions on how to redress the issues of insecurity in the country. Exploratory Research Design was adopted. Data were generated via the internet, library, and other documented materials relevant to the study. Democratic Peace Theory was utilized to explain the challenges of insecurity. Findings revealed that insecurity is a pivotal factor hindering the growth of industrialization and sustainable development in Nigeria. Based on this revelation, it was concluded that rapid growth of industrialization and sustainable development is only possible when the menace of insecurity is halted. The study, therefore, recommended that Government need to take the business of governance seriously and redress issues bordering on injustices, victimization, marginalization, discrimination, insecurity and also create a safe and an enabling environment for investments which will step up industrialization and sustainable development thereby enhancing the livelihoods of the greatest numbers of its citizens.
Keywords: Industrialization, development, insecurity, government