Understanding Youth Conflict and Sustainable Initiative Model (Part 2)


In most of the militant camps, there is an ideology of warfare proclaimed and accepted by a handful of militants of less than 21% who are not synonymous with crime or other forms of negative action than for the liberation of all Nigerian communities. region. The occidental philosophy is that in life one must be a warrior, and war (either by conspiracy or in collaboration) requires perseverance that can be attained throughout its branch by all means necessary. As strong as these 21% are, while others (the 52% militant criminals, bunkerers and associates of the highest places) can find beauty in endless dreams, the latter finds it in all its forms, shapes and colors in real life and the ongoing struggle for survival and liberation of the various communities sabotaged by those with the immunity of the president and federal government.

The truth is supported in a ratio of 52% of criminals to conspirators, they have forgotten that their borders can introduce preaching ethnic cleansing, setting the stage for another civil war. The master strategists have seen the Nigerian problematic economic schematic from the top of several debates and critical observation of the entire government. Obviously both sides will lose, but even greater success is for certain groups, which I might classify something in this book; yet in war there is no victory. The puzzle can be loosened like the cat; they are attentive and are looking for the perfect economy of gesture and gesture to give their blow the greatest power with the least effort. Militant groups of all indications are ready to give the insensitive federal government a good fight. They also realize that if they are to fall, they will do so with mind and cruelty and not as cowards.

Although the Amnesty package was a welcome development in the negotiation and conflict resolution process for the federal government and all remaining groups in the area; only if the right words are used, and from a point of view, it is not clear whether the government understands the common reasons for reconciliation. For the Amnesty ceasefire to work, both parties must make certain accusations and take responsibility for the atrocities that perpetrate against the innocent and for the communities over time. Reasons why Asari Dokubo began to turn on the loophole of the federal government to accept failure and declare an emergency in the region for immediate development to compensate for the age-old deprivation, genocide, environmental degradation and injustice; the government should convene a truly sovereign national conference to deliberate and reconcile all the ethnic, economic and socio-political bitterness. If this presidency is sincere enough, the gaps between the people of the region, the federal and proposals for development of the area can be closed. Both parties must sue for peace and quiet.

In militant camps today, the agenda has been compromised, things have failed, the reasons why the centers couldn’t keep up for so long. With Ateke tom, Soboma George, Soboma Johnson and co on my end; with Tom Polo, Henry Okah at the other end, while Asari Dokubo and others at another end could provide for the bitter horse. While I may have had first-hand information on the situation regarding current activities in these camps with my very limited intelligent network, at the same time I have lost the movement and gesture of the actual master plan with the most important zones in the intelligent reports. No matter how subtle it is, it is necessary by the available and limited resources and manpower. With the right result, the results are as ripe as a drop fruit from the tree.

In my report, I am aware that these militants (more than 21%) are exhausted in terms of resources, but not in terms of labor; still, the 52% pampering of all known atrocities in the area, such as kidnapping and vandalism in all degradation of both resources and labor, with their huge backing from multinational companies themselves cronies in this widespread international conspiracy, have been temporarily cut due of keen observation and monitoring of non-governmental agencies. While the 21% recognize and appreciate their boundaries, there are things they can never do, talents they never want, loft goals they will never achieve; it hardly bothers them. As fiery warriors, they focus on what they have the strength they have and what they need to use creatively; knowing when to slow down, to renew, replace and retire, they ban their opponents. They play long-term because, by their establishment and oath, they respect the wishes and aspirations of the people they represent and fight to the death.

There was a time when their calculation and strategies failed. what appeared to them in the early years of the 1999 Kaiama Declaration, the 1992 Ogoni crisis, the Ijaw / Itsekeri ethnic crisis of the late 1990s, and the IYC agitation of 2000 to 07, and other numerous campaigns have ignited the conflict animal over the Niger Delta region in proportion to a fair share of resource control and development, a farce brokered between the region, multinational corporations and the government. The militant groups are aware that not everything can be foreseen, the master strategist among them has known how to choose their blows carefully along with their ability to know when and how to stop. This honor has preserved them to this day in their military engagement with the federal government. Although there have been criminals who are perpetuated by them in the name of the military and some preventive detachment, their funding has been genuine, though Limited and Transparency International attested to these facts with regard to UN firefighter policy.

The 21% may agree and agree with this type of warfare, controlling their pride and anger despite the death toll in several communities in the region by the insensitive action of the Joint Task Force (JTF) and the inhumane Arial bombing there has claimed more than 1,162 lives, displaced more than 2430 people and destroyed property worth millions of naira in the just concluded Gbaramatu saga. As servants and puppets of the conspirators, both the federal, state / local government and JTF have done the dirty work of these bloodthirsty clowns called bigwigs, or “the blue blood”. More than our surprises, almost 80% of the 52% criminals in the Niger Delta have been attacked by “Share the National Cake Syndrome” due to greed and selfish gains. 90% of the 21% adhere to their goals and objectives. They have not allowed anger and pride to overtake their power of reason and limitation; they did not escape false offers and irreparable traps because they certainly knew when to stop.

So far, fights on both sides have built up a momentum angle. The Federal Government, the Amnesty Group, Transparency International and stakeholders should consider finding common ground for possible negotiation, thereby creating a perfect balance between what both groups are capable of and the task of economic development in the region. As it is an internal rebel network, the military should diversify a way of peaceful negotiation between the militants. Best of all, the detractors of this conflict, whose focus is multinational corporations and pillars of oil hegemony, should not shy away from the problem they caused out of technical problems. Instead, they should create appropriate community relations and conflict management units. Expatriates should be trained in conflict management and community relations to equip them with clear knowledge of the mitigating issues developed in communities through their exploratory activities on the one hand, while the forces that have established their fortress on blood and sweat by innocent Niger Deltans should not be left out. Although the stick may smoke, it will never be burned. As urgent as possible, FGN and stakeholders through their various Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) networks and services should provide a better and lasting solution apart from the Amnesty package to avert further distress in the region.


In our modern Nigerian society, we live in a culture that promotes the democratic value of being fair to one and all, the importance of caring for a group and knowing how to work with other people, and being able to resolving all types of conflicts that may arise peacefully without war within or without is what guarantees peace. At this grieving moment, let no one be over-confident, the losses on both sides are impossible, and the federal government and every actor in this drama is incapable of financial resources. The innocent citizens, the militants and the federal government through its bloodthirsty downfall (JTF) cannot be too superstitious for victory.

By virtue of our national ethos, the actors were required with ignorance and transgression, all the groups have been involved in murder and any civilized society, these groups should be sued and tried for war crime. There is no such action as protecting internal and external security can bring life to the innocent who have died from the unconstitutional overruns of government and militants. Regardless of the main motives and agitation, the death toll has excluded any real index of success; nor will it make anyone go far. We need to be aware that the traits of emotion are inevitable, to notice it when it happens, and to compensate for it when there is time.

The result toward peace and conflict management is that in all its original process, which is galvanized again in stages, it requires a potential dichotomy of interest that can arise in the resource control discourse whose heart permeates our federal uniqueness. Peace is a process, and if we are to end conflict and crisis, both religiously motivated and ethnically or socio-politically initiated, then negotiations, interventions and identification paradigms should be played in our modern Nigeria, especially in the Niger Delta region, North Central and Middle Belt in Nigeria; the causes of conflicts are deeply rooted. The only solution to avert future return and the prevailing crisis is ideally through rigorous application of the Peace Process Paradigm (PPP – P3).

Although researchers on nonviolence and clinical mediation have established in their peace process model, the only stages in identifying the causes of conflict are through the Community Negotiation and Resolution (CNRE). Although used before Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr. and many others, in my several papers and publications, it is obvious that when used correctly, P3 and CNRE will yield long-lasting results in conflict management. The Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) is pious with several suggestions from scholars on peace and conflict management, but beyond that it can make use of several academic yet empirical landmarks. While it is impossible to take advantage of a general conflict situation, we lose our hold on reality and reflect on the solution. This is certainly because we have not reflected backward on the root cause of conflict or Schism; we have only lived in the daydream of a short term solution.

In other online articles and papers on P3 and CNRE, it was made clear that Africa Union (AU) only plays gimmick, and consequently because the AU’s original goals in the outlined articles are on two main agenda: –

o Promoting Africa’s peace / unity and

o Economic development in all its consequences.

It is important to note that the AU is not yet meeting its pristine goals; and it has also failed to copy ECOWAS ‘progress in reaching an Africancentric Peace Process (APP). I therefore wonder if the AU has so far brokered any peace process since its inception.


In the just concluded financial summit in Calabar, organized by the South-South governors and the federal government instead of examining some major MDG plans. From the scheme of things in a paper delivered to the Institute for Conflict Resolution and Community Development; a theme is formulated as an approach to limiting the rhetoric family of sabotage by engaging young people and the economic challenge. It is in this view that the “Nigerian Youth Initiative forum” was born. Although it still exists in its sketchbook, but with proper implementations in line with the goal of sustainable development; any government can sue for peace and development in the host communities, both in Niger-Delta sabotaged oil and gas zones and the religiously concerned people. In my theories as formulated, it will go a long way to answering questions about the greatest economic viability. With regard to the master plan, the application of the theory will see the light of day only if its mission statement is respected.

However, as I progressed in the NYIF mission statement towards enterprise implementation and the preliminary interpretation of the 7 + 2 agenda, it is imperative that the Nigerian Youth Initiative Forum (NYIF), if properly galvanized by the right power policy, not just nearly 76% youth converted and motivated crisis, but the sum of peace in the region. NYIF has designed a model to properly execute the 7 + 2-point agenda in the Yar ‘Adua / Jonathan rural administration. As a non-profit, its goal should therefore be to partner with other donors, such as the NDDC, NAPEEP & State / Local Government to achieve its maximum goals, as entertained in this administration’s mission statement.

This organization is an important citizen in my master plan and efforts to tackle some of the seven-point agenda that is preventing youth and the general capacity of major players in the economic development of the marginalized Niger Delta and the religiously troubled Northern Nigeria.

In the NYIF Mission Statement, I have set clear and concrete terms for the NYIF vision to provide opportunities for Niger Delta youth to access financial wealth through microfinance, partnerships, business and commercial activities. NYIF’s mission is to create the enabling environment and provide the necessary support to a large percentage of the Niger Delta in our population, especially youth and women’s groups, to be engaged in productive economic activities for the benefit of all. This is in line with stakeholders’ desire to tackle marginalization and economic, socio-political and psychological differences over time; both in rebellious and economically deprived oil-rich Niger Delta.

Following are some of the objectives of NYIF are properly implemented and given the necessary attention that is needed in any development community today. And these goals and visions that I have expressed for NYIF’s successes, and they include, but are not limited to:

– The financial emancipation and empowerment of our youth, women (especially the widow) and the financially challenged groups through skills acquisition for various subjects and ventures.

– Establishment of an ICT (information technology center) to improve ICT knowledge for rural and urban residents against accessibility opportunities locally and internationally.

– Creating a business environment and economic culture that will tackle the lack of entrepreneurial knowledge among young people

– To stimulate the creative imagination, talent and curiosity of our youth in search of development and excellent character.

– To promote self-confidence, especially among our youth and women, thereby removing unemployment with its accompanying burdens.

– To improve our socio-economic status of our local people.

Recently, from my intelligent report Niger-Delta states, urban centers and local authorities have been created by the resource that has been lavishly kept in the dark for long with the explosive mobilization of the NYIF peace process and the spread of a sustainable development paradigm. The group or other groups for that matter must come up with articulated models; which should be of economic and political value, and the network coverage area cannot be undermined – it is part of the success stories that state governments and FGN can adopt in the scoring methods of their political maps. It is primarily based on the assumption that the model already processed is experimented for the first time according to the rationale behind the model’s statistical workability.

In pursuit of the above objectives, NYIF has established a ‘targeted economic strengthening and sustainability’ under which the overall objectives will be achievable. This was created to streamline all activities designed for implementation under the programmer. The Targeted Framework for Economic Empowerment and Sustainability (TEESF) is structured in three operational branches of NYIF, namely

Bureau of Acquisition of Qualifications, Bureau of Business Development, Bureau of Small and Medium Scale; and they have been named “Bureau” for easy use.


The framework for realizing and implementing the proposed agency in the social term will be the dialogue in the context of the overall NYIF communities’ sustainable development agenda. However, this agency is responsible for training different categories of unskilled and semi-skilled youth and women for self-employment, as well as retraining and training them for specific needs in the labor market.

Studies conducted in this model indicated that business often localized or expanded wear cluster (similar business, input supply, customer base, etc.) vertically boosts economic growth, this is impossible without a comprehensive empowerment process. Previous studies have shown that targeted economic development often leads to a more efficient use of scarce local resources and community resources. These facts present a targeted approach to local economic growth indices, leading to efforts from multiple potential data / information sources. An economy is composed of all households and businesses in the space of society and their many functions, interaction and changes over time, as reflected in the holistic psyche of any existing community, including the Niger Delta state.

Given this agency, the group will be able to work / collaborate with other NGOs to implement the proper sensitization of the framework work within the framework of the group’s master plan. There is already a boiled assumption model overboard, while there is also a need to work with the government’s existing models that are already in place, as the group has to compete with the philosophy of the seven-point agenda of the current administration.


If sustainable development really evolved from a specific planning of today and tomorrow to meet the challenges, goals and benefits of social economic and political attention. Then, with the Office’s Concretization Agenda, a balance is reached between people with different economic states and at all levels of society in the utilization of facilities and scarce resources. From previous studies it was discovered that such a dimension concentrates on the ecological and cultural trends of the population. For any development to be called sustainable, it must include the perspective transformation of the general solution of ecology, culture and local nature; this is incomplete without the participation of all stakeholders in the process.

In practice, the agency will be cut off as a storehouse of business ideas. It will offer guidance and consulting services for business development. Essentially, this agency will teach our women and young people the art of starting and succeeding with business.


The Niger Delta labor market is currently undergoing a shift towards a pattern that reflects a more conditional employment economy. Vocational Rehabilitation Service providers are gradually considering their current practices and strategies that are in line with new trends. Consequently, most global economies today are characterized by an interconnected environmental and development crisis in their overall economic trends as such; Niger-Delta states government, philanthropists and stakeholders should formulate models to deal with community issues. Some of these crises are rooted in the structural dynamics of an economic model that is focused on profit rather than the promotion of community welfare.

In line with the above enumerated discourse, the agency will create a platform for access to capital for promising business and trade initiatives for the establishment of small and medium-sized enterprises. However, microfinance banks, loan committees (philanthropy), corporate citizenship of multinational corporations and private / corporate / NGOs are expected to play a crucial role in realizing NYIF’s goals as they are faced with partnership. Different models of development are manifested especially in local content to significantly reduce poverty; this is also a condition of NYIF’s community development paradigms.


Because of the long periods of marginalization in the derivation formula, the states of the Niger Delta are made up of government officials and medium-sized firms at scarce levels and business location. The situation has evolved over time without a solution to social ills, such as People’s community-oriented policies and programs. The better part of the work of the various agencies structured by NYIF’s pursuit in line with the Niger Delta Agenda (NDA) is to reduce poverty, illiteracy and social ignorance. In the past, the above results have often led to destructive consequences, poverty, disease and deforestation. The Akwa-Ibom, Rivers and Cross-River states are a reflection of the aforementioned consequences, as seen in the use of citizens are domestic boys and girls and other forms of financial deprivation of its citizens.

Currently, there is a huge disparity in wealth that must be balanced at all costs through sustainable development in various local governments and communities across the country, including an emergency in the Niger Delta region, central western and eastern (erosion-driven) and northern central part of Nigeria, should be taken into account quickly. So far, social, cultural, political and economic injustice as a result of corruption of public offices, politically elected representatives is eating deep into the sustainable sustainable development pattern, especially in the deprived and troubled Niger Delta state that has actually forced her youth for unemployment and militancy.

In comparison, more than 62% of allocated funds to the state are consumed by 38% of the population, whereas 62% of local environmental degradation is generated by the same 38%, at which time power and resources also increase the concentration of wealth within the richest 38%, which equates to a handful of government officials and holders. The recurring imbalances also give rise to Niger Delta communities. Two communities in Akwa-Ibom used by the group are a case study for realizing the models that have already been developed so far.

About partnering with both states, local authorities, etc. in private, NGOs, multinational / indigenous companies, etc. to implement this soil improvement model. We intend to start with the immediate creation of an economic empowerment program to highlight a range of competency awareness workshops, semi-skilled and financially challenging young people throughout the endorsement of donor bodies and agencies, mainly by artisans, elementary schools and colleges. losers and the physically challenged whose creativity and productive potentials need to be exploited and upgraded. Similarly, refugees from Somali, etc., that the cold streets of major cities in the regions are not left out.


Within the time frame, the NYIF on sustainable development has developed a characteristic effect of a procedural effect on the development of the Niger Delta region and timed youth and women respectively. The specialized process can delay the creation of a socio-economic development plan.

With the evolution of NYIF into the scheme of things, a structured analysis is necessary for communities to realize their useful economic potentials. Such an analysis is useful for examining the economic composition of the area and how these areas respond to internal and expanding trends. Community development depends on competent in-house leaders in the achievement of set goals and how it can minimize obstacles posed by external bureaucratic agencies. NYIF is ready to engage community leaders, heads and managers in the overall realization of our set goals. We are also aware of the fact that effective and articulated leadership structure will encourage community members to identify with a recurring local sustainable development agenda and thus take the necessary steps to improve their situation. NYIF, with its agency, helps train youth in certain leadership courses, NGOs, multinational corporations, etc. in the community leadership structure.

Therefore, through an orientation and leadership training exercise, an economic analysis of Niger-Delta communities, combined with strategy development systems that provide the framework for combating common local issues enshrined in the Social Development Framework (CDF).


In a bid to answer some of the militant economic questions, the group, in its future partnership with NGOs, government agencies, with clear hopes, has highlighted some of the important steps to be taken to address diseases of sustainable development.


With the urgent need to transform youth from Niger Delta communities under the National Youth Initiative Forum (NYIF) – a youth enterprise organization, ideologies through it have hinted at the need for groups to make the first decision to rebuild our national federal pledges to secure the nation’s the hero’s past. Among the agenda is to build a community strategy and help galvanize the attention needed for youth-centered sustainable growth. At this point, communities will have to decide whether the benefits of such a process are worth doing before implementation. NGOs, as well as NAPEP, could be entered into in collaboration with the project’s advisory and technical capabilities.


The plans are not if a handful of individuals are involved. Wide community support is critical, and the wider the area of ​​participation, the greater the available pool of talent. This is how plus or minus can involve the public sector group – civil society, private sector representation, voluntary organization, etc. should be encouraged to participate. Such models were first introduced into the macrocosm of the group through the sharing of the eyewear area of ​​Akwa-Ibom, an LGA in the Niger Delta region.

DETERMINING incentives for the participation of young people and women

Participation in any event, whether for personal or collective development, is of consideration. People tend to attend events that are more rewarding, both in principle and in practice than those of lesser importance, which are usually long-term Kurt lumen (1980). In support of this view, the Government and NYIF should also approve, through a committee, the payment of scholarships to all participants during the training exercise.

This will cause ten major trends that include.

– Increase participation in training among young people and women across the region and reduce to a minimum, unemployment, youth military conditions, prostitution and empowerment initiatives.

– Help to wash success stories across the nation and globally, boosting investment and economic development in the regions by native and non-native investors.

– It improves peace and unity in the region.

– It will improve rural transformation and lead to successive urban decoration.

– It creates and generates an even distribution of wealth and the use of scarce resources.

– It increases the viability of young people and women entrepreneurs towards self-reliance and independence.

– It helps to build new cultural and ecological development, as the perception of participants towards marginalization, conflict, militant conditions, deprivation would be reduced to the slightest degeneration of the word. At the end of the day, a youth and women beneficiary who has successfully graduated from the institute will be equipped with tremendous entrepreneurial skills, grants issued and the use of microfinance loans will enable them to mean employment.

– It reduces the workload of the government and improves the number of fax payers, and thus a thriving economy, as everyone will be a member of today’s government.

– It reduces poverty and creates wealth and confidence.

– It increases the overall standard of living.

– Upon successful completion of the training program, participants receive assistance with start-up grants and are encouraged to access loans from selected state microfinance.