Insecurity and Business Operators: An Investigation on Nasarawa State, Nigeria

Emmanuel O. Okon, Inigbehe M. Okon, John O. Alabi


This paper studied the security situation in Nasarawa state and its effect on business operators. The method of the study is qualitative and exploratory. Data were generated from primary and secondary sources. Secondary data were elicited from books, journals and internet materials.  The primary data were sourced through survey. Structured questionnaires were administered to a sample of 451 respondents in four selected towns in Nasarawa state.

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