Niger Delta Quarterly Conflict Tracker: 2022 Q3

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The Niger Delta peace and conflict landscape was relatively stable in the third quarter of 2022. There was a decrease in lethal violence during the period compared to the second quarter of the year (See page 2). Data shows improvement in the overall security situation as peace actors continued to leverage local capacity for conflict early warning and peacebuilding to catalyze proactive response to the numerous drivers of conflict and instability in the region. According to data on the P4P Peace Map (www.tgpcloud.org/p4p/index.php?m=p4p), organized criminality, clashes between hoodlums and government security operatives, communal conflict, separatist agitation, clashes between rival cult gangs, and illicit economic activities were the major causes of lethal violence during the period.

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