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Attacks on police in Nigeria could fuel more crime: how to stop them

By Lanre Ikuteyijo, Senior lecturer, Obafemi Awolowo University
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There has been a rising wave of attacks on police stations and police officers in some southern states in Nigeria. At the last count, 127 cops had been killed and 25 stations razed in the past five months. The Conversation Africa’s Wale Fatade asked sociologist Lanre Ikuteyijo for his view on why this is happening and how the country can stop the attacks.

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