Kenneth Chukwuemeka Nwoko is associate professor and currently acting head of the department of history and international studies, McPherson University, Seriki Sotayo, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria. He received his PhD in history and strategic studies from the University of Lagos, Akoka, Nigeria. His teaching and research interests include African history, international relations, strategic studies, ethnic and gender studies, and peace and conflict Studies. Dr. Nwoko is a 2012 laureate of CODESRIA’s Afro-Arab Institute, Rabat, Morocco, and an African Peacebuilding Network 2015 residential postdoctoral fellow. He has published extensively in scholarly journals and contributed chapters in edited books. He recently co-edited an anthology, Dynamics of Culture and Tourism in Africa: Perspectives on Africa’s Development in the 21st Century (Ilesha Remo, Nigeria: Babcock University Press, 2015).

Research and Practice | January 11, 2016

Human Rights Abuses against the Bakassi People: Are Nigeria and Cameroon Liable?

“For the Nigeria–Cameroon border conflict, however—deemed settled between the contesting parties by the Greentree Agreement in 2006—the continuing violation by one or both parties of the rights of the people living in the disputed Bakassi Peninsula raises questions with regard to the functionality of the settlement and the processes that brought it about.”

Photo credit to EC/ECHO/Anouk Delafortrie via Flickr user European Commission DG ECHO. Taken on Taken on December 7, 2014. CC BY-NC-ND 2.0. Image cropped to fit frame. Original photo: https://www.flickr.com/photos/69583224@N05/16002373266/
Photo credit to EC/ECHO/Anouk Delafortrie via Flickr user European Commission DG ECHO.