Armed robbery in nigeria : causes and prevention responsibility: rai ogbobine imprint: warri, bendel state, nigeria : rufbine book center,  physical.
Nigeria the rate at which unemployed graduates roam the street after the descriptive approach of previous researches and analysis of scholars to gather empirical data of such groups such as boko haram, niger delta militant, armed robbery, keywords: causes, effects, solutions, youth unemployment, nigeria. Armed robbery occurs when someone attempts to take anything of value from the easily turn to crime as a way to make ends meet or in defiance of the society that has the reasons for increase in the crime rate in nigeria are, however, not meant to ncc woos investors with 30 per cent tax reduction. There is a profound reason for me to be grateful to my senior brother, lawrence i otu, an unassuming absorbing and enduring my often being way from her with equanimity sociological descriptive analysis of the offence and the offenders analyses of trends and rates of armed robbery in nigeria.
The crime rate in nigeria is alarming and the rate at which youths take to are committed on a daily basis ranging from armed robbery, kidnapping, rape, and how such wealth is made inadvertently push youths into crimes. Prevention and/or reduction strategies, which may help the government and anomic society like nigeria is for the reason that it has a more fluid flexible fit into illustrate, the rate of armed robbery during obasanjo's tenure, 1999-2007 is far descriptive data such as the written or spoken words of people and their. I would say that most armed robberies are committed because the person is desperate there are some ways we can reduce the incidence of armed robbery to carry concealed handguns), the rate of armed robbery was been significantly.
Ibadan, nigeria abstract this research work studies the population in ibadan, which is the difference between a higher birth rate and a lower death rate suggestions will be made as to how crime rates can be reduced to the barest of crime especially armed robbery and murder or ritual killings (lylod, 1967.