Anthony O. Osuji, Chilezie Ngozi Tony-Okolo, Sylvester Ekhanheye


The policy somersault and insecurity in Nigeria are militating factors for improved business investment and sustainable development. The assessment of the level and aspect of insecurity which was founded on secondary data among writers in diverse places as stated in their remarks, also on tangible signals of insecurity occurrence in diverse zones of Nigeria, specified that the insecurity contest in the nation is colossal and multifaceted and may continue so, if the condition remains persistent. Therefore, there is the need to develop a harmless business arena that consents for real business activities and a sustainable economic growth process. The models in managing security suggested to realize this, are intended at fighting the inventors and perpetuators of conditions of insecurity, and concurrently addressing and eradicating the avenues of discontent and annoyance which spur security gaps and the participation of all stakeholders both in business organizations, religious groups, capacity-government, civil society, communities and individuals- to supply proficiency and information that are required to ensure a nontoxic environment. 


Business, Security, Stakeholders, Sustainable development.

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