To Protect Or Oppress? The Culture Of Military Phobia In Nigeria

 To Protect Or Oppress? The Culture Of Military Phobia In Nigeria

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In Nigeria, 7 out of 10 persons between the ages of 16 to 35 have either experienced harassment by the military or know someone who has. On October 17, 2020, acting director of the Nigerian Army public relations, Sagir Musa, announced a civilian-targeted exercise named Crocodile Smile. The exercise was…

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