Security Challenges and National Question The Art of War is an ancient Chinese military treatise dating from the Late Spring and Autum...



Security Challenges and National Question

The Art of War is an ancient Chinese military treatise dating from the Late Spring and Autumn Period (roughly 5th century BC). The work, which is attributed to the ancient Chinese military strategist Sun Tzu. I wish to crave for your indulgence to quote from this masterpiece:

"If your enemy is secure at all points, be prepared for him. If he is in superior strength, evade him. If your opponent is temperamental, seek to irritate him. Pretend to be weak, that he may grow arrogant. If he is taking his ease, give him no rest. If his forces are united, separate them. If sovereign and subject are in accord, put a division between them. Attack him where he is unprepared, appear where you are not expected."



In recent times, Nigeria has witnessed an unprecedented level of insecurity. This has made national security threat to be a major issue for the government and has prompted a huge allocation of the national budget to security along with grants from foreign countries.



Insecurity, especially internal is not a problem that is unique to Nigeria. Other countries both developing and developed face the challenge. The difference however between some of them and our country, Nigeria is how they manage and tackle such threats.

Security challenges could, however, be said to be security threats. Security challenges or security threats, therefore, are an occurrence, actions, or events that bring forth risk. This risk put at stake the material or identity basis upon which individuals societies, states and perhaps even the planet have come to expect or rely.
It's an open secret that the world is faced with security challenges, some of the major security challenges confronting the nation however have been identified to include: conflicts, socio-economic agitations, political and electioneering, ethnicity, cultism, criminality and to a wide extent corruption.
The key starting point to face the issue of security challenge isn't to make move to its eradication directly but to understand the cause of security challenges as well as investigate their sources and with that a remedy could be accomplished.
Nevertheless, security challenges can be traced to lack of institutional capacity from government failure to standardize the security institutions with needed and necessary things. As a matter of fact, some of the institutional frameworks are very shaky and have provoked a deterioration of state governance and democratic accountability, hence, paralyzing the formal and legitimate rules nested in yhe hierarchy of social order. In a genuine manner, the security challenges in most cases is grealty traced and linked to government failure.



In recent times, the security challenges in Nigeria seem to have taken a worse turn. There's upsurge in the numbers of citizens that had fallen victim due to the ignorant act from the government and hooliganism of some folks in the civic space.



The abduction of over 100 schoolgirls, by suspected members of the Boko Haram sect, at the Government Girls ’ Technical Secondary School, Dapchi , Yobe State , Fulani herdsmen clashed with farmers, the militants in Niger Delta and kidnappers was the most daring act in recent times.



One problem is that security expertise is limited in Nigeria where this level of terrorism is a relatively new phenomenon. And training, as well as resources for building that type of intelligence gathering capability, is lacking.



Every country has her fair share of security challenges, but when the state of insecurity rises by the day, then there is a need for urgent action.

Indeed, the emergence, development and dynamics of organized society, and by extension the nation-state, have made issues of security more complex, necessary and urgent.

The security of the nation shouldn't remain just the primary concern of the government but the number one and most important concern.

From the beginning of time, security has always been an issue and will continue to be an issue until the end of time.



In the past few years, Nigeria has been confronted with security challenges ranging from the insurgency in the North East, militancy in the Niger-Delta, kidnapping, armed robbery and serial violence between pastoralists and crop farmers. These have had far-reaching consequences for the nation, as in some instances lives of citizens were irrevocably altered.

Insecurity apart from being the fear of every Nigerian has become the word on the lips of every Nigerian and a discussion topic where two or three Nigerians gather. This phenomenon is a state of being subject to danger or injury. It is the anxiety one experience when one feels vulnerable and insecure.

Every security challenge, irrespective of where it occurs, potentially puts at risk the livelihood and

the well-being of every citizen. Security challenges could be man-made, nature-

made or a combination of both. The lives and livelihoods of the Nigerian

people are continually at risk from one form of security challenge or

another. This is the reality of the world in which we live today. This reality is

global and not peculiar to Nigeria alone. This, however, is not to say Nigeria

is not more vulnerable in certain aspects than some other nations and vice

versa.



Nigeria is one of the countries in Africa in which terrorism has taken root. There's one important thing most people are missing in the context terrorism; it is not about the clothes, dressing, language, religion, ethnics, race, tribal and politically influenced. Terrorism is about the ideology of the people their interest, vengeance drove by an incident that happened to them, the urge to fight for what's right in the sense of doing what's wrong, brainwashing.



An act of terrorism might be driven by many forms politically, ethnically, religiously and tribe but they are nothing to be related to all this because clearly all these forms stand crystal against terrorism but that's what most people understand.





This has taken the form of insurgency. Although different groups have emerged at different points in the country’s political history and have assumed different forms, in scope, choice of targets and logistical capability, none is quite comparable with Boko Haram.



Using the relatively hostile and sometimes impenetrable swathe North East as their base, the Boko Haram in the past couple of years have carried out relentless savage attacks on both soft and high profile targets in northern parts of the country.



Within the last few years, heightened social insecurity in Nigeria has arguably fuelled the crime rate, leaving unpalatable consequences for the nation’s economy and its growth.





The socio-political and economic landscape in Nigeria has been blighted by the endemic twin evil of crime and violence. The abysmal failure of successive administration in Nigeria to address challenges of poverty, unemployment and inequitable distribution of wealth among ethnic nationalities, ultimately resulted to anger, agitation and violent crimes against the Nigerian state by some individuals and groups. Such crimes include militancy, kidnapping, bombing, armed robbery, destruction of government properties, among others.



Why insecurity remains unabated in Nigeria?



While security agencies continue to battle various forms of violent crimes, they obviously were not prepared for the upsurge of hostage-taking activities in the country.



Today, the country’s nascent democracy is being tested by rampant crime and an unprecedented campaign of terror such that in the south, civil unrest threatens safety a stability, to the east; gangs who kidnap expatriates for ransom lie in wait on the roads, in bars, and cities; and to the north, the Islamic terrorist group called Boko Haram is growing both in number and brutality hence the group has posed brazen challenges to the government and issued the ultimatum “leave or die” to Christians living in the northern



Nigeria and confidence that the government can protect the people are at an all-time low. There are a lot of factors triggering these crises.



Insecurity thrives because of our cultural and religious differences. Nigeria shares the pride of having diverse cultures and religion. In other climes, these differences would have been explored for good. In our case, it is the opposite. Our diversity is now an albatross that is threatening to tear us apart and disintegrate the country. We must call a spade a spade. Religious and traditional leaders have failed, totally in their responsibility. They have taught us to value the things that divide us rather than the things that bind us. The institution of the family is also complicit. A society where the institution of the family is failing; where the traditional and cultural institution is moribund, then that society is endangered.



One propelling factor for insecurity is the lame duck attitude of our security agencies. Our security agencies are in tune with the idea of returning fire for fire, repelling attacks and pursuing attackers. None of them is interested in preventing attackers. Terrorist or militants do not just get up and attack. They meet to plot and strategies on how and where to attack. What happens to intelligence gathering? Someone is just not doing his job. If they were working like they should, most of the attacks we have experienced and the consequences that follow would be prevented and avoided!



Moreover, unemployment, as well as lack of record/database of criminals also in no small measure, contributes to instability and insecurity not just in Nigeria but in any other place. The saying goes that, ‘a hungry man is an angry man’. We have a large number of unemployed youths in Nigeria and jobs are not forthcoming. Some of these unemployed people inadvertently go into crimes to survive while others have a penchant for criminality. Where we have youth unemployment, it is not unlikely that it will contribute significantly to security challenges confronting the country.



That Nigeria is passing through a turbulent period is visible even to the blind. Drums of insurgency and criminality are currently beating so loud across the country that it is difficult to appreciate the rhythm of Nigeria’s celebration of democracy. Lending credence to this are the implications of security challenge and reasons why insecurity remains unabated chronicled earlier in this work. That the Boko Haram Saga and other related issues are threatening the unity of the country is an understatement. However, it is beyond pretense that virtually all the problems associated with this sorry state of Nigeria are caused by Nigerians either covertly or overtly.



Insecurity in Nigeria has posed a national question and up till this moment, no credible answer has been provided.



How functional are the espionage or intelligence- gathering and analysis departments of our security agencies? Are the officers well trained well equipped and well motivated? Is their knowledge about covert or undercover operations up to date? Are round pegs being put in round holes? Imagine, what sense would it make to send a Christian-Igbo intelligence officer who has no in-depth knowledge of Hausa language to infiltrate Boko Haram?



It still dazzles me how our own beloved country, Nigeria is now a valley of death in a twinkle of an eye. Reflecting on national agenda, day after day, weeks after weeks, and months after months, we are still in a jeopardize state of the union talking about the same level and magnitude of insecurity in a country where we are spending so much on security architecture. At a point in time, it occurs to me if the money incurred on security is not blood money, because the more the army got killed due to the incapability of good weapons the more money is disbursed to the security sector.



It is becoming so alarming, customary, ritualistic, and a pattern if we still complain about the same thing and we're yet to conclude on a decisive purposeful, coordinated, organized approach to curtailing ameliorating and palliating these problems.



This is a country where the government never stops talking about the economy. The problem is if they should revive the economy, for who are they reviving it for; for people that are dying or for the death? It's high time we re-prioritize reorganized our priorities.



So far so good, there is no security not to talk of welfare, and in a sane clime, you need to be alive to even enjoy welfare. It's high time the government takes this beyond the rhetoric presentation on a daily basis. It's of no doubt that from the president to the least appointed/elected are protected by the mobile police and even army. Who is to protect the common man on the street? Who is to protect those poor souls in Zamfara? Who is to protect the farmers in Plateau? It's high time we move away from rhetorics and sensational presentation and call a spade a spade.



Let the president of the nation called giant of Africa come out and show capacity as the chief commander of the arm forces. As the case may be if there's a need for international support let's decide on that now if we need international collaboration to let's meet with the right team on time and we should not just be concentrating on creating funds for the armies and other forces without looking at the police their ends.

It is an open secret that intelligent gathering in this country is dead and non-existent. It's unapologetic knowing that events will happen and there will be signs and signals that they will happen and they will happen and there will be no sensible remedy to curtail it from happening again and again.

Criminals are not spirits from the outer space, they are human beings with flesh and blood, breathing the same air as everybody.



The right time to take the security challenges as a serious business in Nigeria is today and not the day after tomorrow, we want to see a working security program a decisive pragmatic approach to these problems. We cannot just continue to have sensational headlines on pages of newspapers.

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