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Over the years, Nigeria has seen a slew of attacks, agitations, unrest, and blessings from many regions and locales. References include the South-South hostage issue, the Niger Delta militancy crisis, the Boko Haram crisis in Northern Nigeria (which is the case study for this research effort), and so on.

Most juvenile restiveness has frequently been done under the auspices of a ring or body, which allows their operational activities to be quick and broad. All of these groups exist in various parts of the country, and this includes.

The Afenifere group is part of the “OPC,” also known as the “Oduduwa peoples congress.” In the south-east region, we may also locate the “MASSOB,” also known as the “movement for the actualization of the sovereign state of Biafra.”

In the south-south direction, we can discover “MEND,” also known as “the movement for emancipation of the Niger Delta,” while “Boko Haram” lays siege to the northern half of the country, to name a few.

Despite the fact that June 10, 2000 marked 50 years of oil exploration and production, with over $400 billion in revenue accruing to the Nigerian state, Nigeria remains one of the world’s poorest countries. This frequently makes us wonder how much of this revenue actually made its way into the region where this oil is produced,

as areas of investment in infrastructure or the development of human capital have yet to translate to economic development and an appreciable increase in the Nigerian masses’ standard of living.

Notably, the people’s economic, social, and cultural rights in the Niger-Delta, the country’s largest oil producing region, remain unfulfilled, creating and intensifying the level of anger and conflict both within and between communities.

This increasing marginalisation, environmental degradation, dissatisfaction with multinational corporations, pervasive poverty, perceived insensitivity on the part of the state, and failure of the state to alleviate the sufferings of the people, have pushed or rather forced the inhabitants of the region, particularly the youths, to the brink, resulting in frustration aggression.

Youths have become exceedingly aggressive and violent as a result of these, as well as other perceived injustices such as poor incomes, generating an atmosphere of fear, chaos, and restiveness.

This violent trend has unleashed a creature that is now a predator to everyone, regardless of personality. Attacks are so indiscriminate that babies, the elderly, oil businesses, and asset pipelines are all routinely targeted for attacks and vandalism.

After establishing a link between poverty and youth unrest, we will now look at the Boko Haram crisis to gain a more complete grasp of the research work. Boko Haram, as the name implies,

does not have a single definition; it means diverse things to different individuals. It is a theological and political sect that seeks to impose Sharia rule in Nigeria. Most people, however, believe that the moniker “Boko Haram” means “evil or sinful Western education.”

Boko Haram has been a thorn in the flesh of the Nigerian masses, particularly in the Northern part of the country, since its formation in 2002 in Maiduguri by the sect’s leader, Mohammed Yusuf.

It has also made Nigerian security agencies restless and vulnerable, particularly the police force, which some believe is due to the murder of the sect’s leader, Mohammed Yusuf, who was in police custody, thus the birth of jungle justice.

To that end, this research will, without a doubt, critically analyse, study, explain, and research on three concepts, namely poverty, youth restiveness, and Boko Haram, in order to create a better understanding in the minds of this reader on how poverty can………… lead or tea tool for youth restiveness in Nigeria, using the Boko Haram sect as a case study.

Finally, because this research is current and timely, it will contribute to the execution of knowledge while also helping to expand the boundaries of knowledge.

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