THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES OF INSECURITY AND FARMERS HERDERS CONFLICTS IN NIGERIA

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  • AJAYI JOHNSON KOLAWOLE Department of Political Science and Public Administration, Babcock University. Author
  • ADESIYAN VICTOR, PHD Department of Political Science and Public Administration, Babcock University. Author
  • ADETOLA RAHMAN Department of Accountancy, The Okeogun Polytechnic Saki, Oyo State. Author

Keywords:

Perspectives, Insecurity, Farmers Herders, Conflicts, Nigeria

Abstract

The important of theories can be overemphasized because it provides concepts to name what we observe and to explain relationships between concepts. Theories allow us to explain what we see and to figure out how to bring about change. Theories are tools that enable us to identify a problem and to plan a means for altering the situation. Theories are to justify reimbursement to get funding and support -need to explain, what is being done and demonstrate that it works -theory and research. Theories are to enhance the growth of the professional area to identify a body of knowledge with theories from both within and without the area of distance learning.  That body of knowledge grows with theory and research. Theory guides research. Theories also help us understand what we don't know and, therefore, they are the only guide to research. Relating to theory, it increases its ability to solve other problems in different times and different places (Moore, 1991). Therefore, this paper is out to explain theoretically the conflicts between herders and farmers logically to trigger further research and provide a dependable solution to farmers-herder’s conflict in South- West Nigeria.

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30-04-2024

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AJAYI JOHNSON KOLAWOLE, ADESIYAN VICTOR, PHD, & ADETOLA RAHMAN. (2024). THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES OF INSECURITY AND FARMERS HERDERS CONFLICTS IN NIGERIA. Journal of Human, Social and Political Science Research, 4(6). https://ssaapublications.com/sjhspsr/article/view/172

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