conflict & communication online, Vol. 13, No. 1, 2014
ISSN 1618-0747




Ani Kelechi Johnmary
Factoring tradotronic media communication for human security management and social stability in Nigerian communities

The level of killing and bloodletting in Nigeria is increasing every second, minute, hour, day, month and year. Man, animals, properties etc are increasingly under threat in contemporary Nigerian society. The causes of the massive insecurity of lives and properties remain multi-dimensional. This paper is centered on the need to factor tradotronic media for human security management in Nigeria. It reveals that the dimensions of human insecurity in Nigeria, include but not limited to assassination-based human insecurity, robbery/kidnapping related human insecurity, political-related human insecurity, ethnic-based human insecurity, inter-communal conflict-related human insecurity, religious-motivated human insecurity and multi-dimensional conflict related human insecurity. The paper calles on all lovers of life and human dignity to rise up and defend the survival and existence of every breathing soul around him or her in this sovereign entity, called Nigeria.


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The author:
Ani Kelechi Johnmary is a lecturer in the Department of History and Strategic Studies, Federal University Ndufu-Alike, Nigeria. His areas of research interest include peace, conflict and African socio-political history. He has many published papers in international and national journals as well as chapters of books. He is the author of “Politics about Failed State in Nigeria: Dialectics on the Value of History to Nation Building Challenges”.