Why ‘the kidnapping industry is thriving’ in Nigeria
The security of the state is at an all-time low. Constant violence has had disastrous effects on the average Nigerian’s everyday life. Neil Munshi explores why a combination of population growth, rampant unemployment and incapable security forces has made banditry a booming industry in a struggling economy. In this comprehensive insight, he analyses whether anything can be done to tackle the country's most serious security threat.
From Financial Times