Osah Goodnews

Osah Goodnews
Babcock University · Political Science and Public Administration

Doctor of Philosophy
I teach in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration, Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo, Ogun State,

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Introduction
Osah Goodnews currently works at the Political Science and Public Administration, Babcock University. Osah does research in Governance, Peace and Conflict studies. Their most recent publication is 'The Political Economy of Corruption and Leadership in Nigeria'.

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Political-economy as an approach and theory gives a better and clearer insight of human society in relations with different social structures that functions its effective running. The class analysis in the society and its effects brought about the social responsibility of the state, and the underlying forces and motives behind government policies,...
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The development of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) due to Internet connectivity has called to question the preparedness of nations to curb cyber terrorism and the effects on human security. Boko Haram emerged as one of the deadliest terrorist groups globally. The paper investigated the Nigeria’s efforts in checkmating cyber terrorism...
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Civil disobedience in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria had been a threat to the cooperate existence of Nigeria since the late 1960s and particularly in the early 2000s when several non-state actors became very active in resistance struggles against the Federal Government and multinational oil companies. A lot of peacebuilding programmes had conseq...
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The Niger Delta region of Nigeria has been rocked by conflicts since the 1960s, unfortunately women and children suffer the most from the consequences occasioned by activities of oil exploration and vandalization. Very few studies though have paid attention to the role and concerns of women in the peacemaking and peace building processes in the reg...

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