More than 225 people have been killed in the past two weeks by Boko Haram, an Islamist group in Nigeria, Africa’s largest economy. The country is located on 923,768 square kilometers with population of 183.67 million and has approximately 70 oil and gas exploration companies.
A series of attacks hit churches and mosques among the attackers’ targets. Meanwhile, six weeks after his inauguration as President Muhammadu Buhari had yet to name his cabinet, despite concerns that the country is facing a financial crisis.
Democratic diversity of ethnic groups in Nigeria may settle grounds for inflating regional funding and disperse or uncontrolled broader government service to local populations. Although 51% of Nigerians are urban dwellers, at least 24 cities have more than 100,000 inhabitants. The country’s average national age is at teenage 17.8 years.