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Experts harp on ways to curb criminality, violence


Former Governor of Kano State, Malam Ibrahim Shekarau, has urged Nigerians to give priority to family orientation to curb criminality and violence.

Shekarau, who spoke yesterday at a conference organised by Uzoamaka Foundation in collaboration with Department of English and Literary Studies of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), represented by Dr. Bala Mohammed, said until the country returns to family orientation as was the case in the 70s and 80s, criminality and violence would continue to increase.

Also, the Chancellor of the university, Prof. Charles Igwe; Archbishop Emmanuel Chukwuma of Enugu Anglican Diocese and convener of the conference, Prof. Florence Orabueze, who blamed the rising wave of crime and violence on unemployment and bad leadership, said criminality and violence were inimical to human development.


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