Nigeria faces a multitude of crises, including ethnic and religious conflicts, political instability, violence in the Niger Delta region, farmer-herder clashes, and a rise in kidnappings and banditry, particularly in the northwest and north-central areas. These issues have resulted in significant loss of life, displacement of communities, and substantial impact on security and public safety. Nigeria still faces famine, a lack of human rights, and high crime levels. With the high level of corruption and weak institutions, the civic dynamic has worsened, and citizens' rights are left in question.

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Food Insecurity

Government and Human Rights

Farmer -Herder Crises

Secessionist Groups

Environmental Instability

Kidnapping and Abduction