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CORRUPTION AND THE CHALLENGES OF INSECURITY IN NIGERIA’S FOURTH REPUBLIC
Corruption is a relic of the past. It has always existed in human society in one form or the other. Corruption is the “agent provocatua” of insecurity in Nigeria’s fourth Republic. The increasing incidence of the twin concepts of corruption and insecurity in Nigeria pose great challenges to governance and have thus, become issues of public concern. However, it is the objective of this study to examine how corruption has affected and contributed to the internal insecurity challenges in Nigeria’s Fourth Republic. Notwithstanding, the study is capable of expanding the frontiers of knowledge towards the reconceptualization of the notions of corruption as the major “agent provocatua” of retardation of Nigeria socially, economically and politically. This study concludes that corruption and insecurity have done more damage to the country’s image globally than any other phenomenon. The study therefore, recommends the need for urgent eradication of corruption and insecurity from Nigeria for the country to effectively play its srole as the giant of African and a force to be reckoned with globally.
Keywords: Corruption, Insecurity, Security, Governance, Nigeria.