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Nigerian property crime could be reduced if neighbourhoods were better designed

By Adewumi Badiora, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Olabisi Onabanjo University
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Nigeria has a very high crime rate. The Global Peace Index ranked it the world’s 17th least peaceful state. Discussion of crime in Nigeria tends to focus on insurgency, terrorism and kidnapping, but other types of crime are thriving too.

According to the National Bureau of Statistics, 134,663 cases of offences were reported in 2017. Offences against…The Conversation

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