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Abdullahi Umar Eggi

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Transnational Conflict Dynamics and Policy Responses

 

 

Abdullahi Umar Eggi grew up in a nomadic family in Taraba State, Nigeria. After attending a nomadic school in Taraba and secondary school in Jos he graduated from the federal college of forestry, Jos, and then from the University of Jos with a BSc. in psychology. He has over a decade of experience conducting research on the sociology of pastoralism across northern Nigeria and the wider region. He speaks Fulfulde, Hausa, and English fluently.

Eggi undertakes research on the West Africa workstream of Conciliation Resources’ Promoting Peaceful Pastoralism XCEPT project.

Abdullahi Umar Eggi’s XCEPT research

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23rd November 2022

Is Pastoralism Under Threat in Nigeria’s Borderlands?

Abdullahi Umar Eggi grew up in a nomadic family in Taraba State, Nigeria, and has undertaken extensive research to understand how and why pastoralism ...

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