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INTELLIGENCE GATHERING IN NIGERIA IN THE 21ST CENTURY A STUDY OF ENUGU STATE


Project topic for Criminology department

Abstract

The world is becoming a volatile place and high-threat environments becoming too dangerous to send personnel, lack of human intelligence has placed a greater stress on, signals intelligence to provide military commanders with greater knowledge of dangerous actors and potential threats. Therefore, this study ascertained  intelligence gathering in Nigeria in the 21st century a study of Enugu state. Four research questions were formulated for the study. The study adopted cross-sectional survey research design. The sample size consists of 192 respondents from Enugu state and was selected through multi-stage sampling technique. Structural-functional theory and Social learning Theory relevant theories reviewed. The study adopted Structural-functional theory as the theoretical framework. Two hypotheses were formulated for the study. The data collected from the respondents were analyzed using chi-square (χ2) statistics. The study also revealed that with the computed χ2= (), 69.329; , p<.000 the test shows that there is a statistically significant relationship (P<.000) between respondents’ educational status and perception of intelligence gathering. The findings also indicated that with the computed χ2= (), 57.703; , p<.000, the test shows that there is a statistically significant relationship (P<.000) between place of residence andresponse to intelligence reports. It was therefore recommended that citizens participation in intelligence gathering should be encouraged. Government should review upwards funds allocated for intelligence activities


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