Oyewole Oginni

About Oyewole Oginni

Oyewole holds an MA in Governance & Regional Integration and an MSc in Forensic Criminal Investigation (major: election forensics). His recent research focuses on the UN Resolution 2250, small arms control, post-conflict transition, mobility and migration.

Game Theory Of Terrorism: Digging Deep Into The Roots Of Radicalization Of Boko Haramism

Increasingly, terrorism has become an unprecedented threat to global peace, security, and development. Besides loss of millions of lives and properties, political instability, psychological disorders, and an increasing population of the internally displaced persons (IDPs) with associated immigration crisis, the continuous expansions of terrorist networks and attacks are pushing up […]

End to Political Crisis and Sporadic Violence in Burundi through Dialogue

On Friday, 23rd October 2015, Burundi’s President, Pierra Nkurunziza, swore in a National Commission for Dialogue (CNDI) in order to resolve a grave on-going political crisis in the country.  The 15-member commission for dialogue was commissioned at a ceremony in Gitega. It’s primary goal is “to conduct the process of […]

Principle of African Solidarity: Somali Rebels Holding Ugandan Troops

  On Saturday, 12th September 2015, the president of Uganda speculated that the Islamic extremists in Somalia may have held some Uganda troops hostage. According to the Tokyo Associate Press (AP), President Yoweri Museveni blamed his own commanders for slackness that allowed a recent attack on an African Union base […]

Al-Shabab’s Gorilla Attack: Islamic Militants Storm AU Base in Somalia, Leaving Many Dead

On Friday 26th June, 2015, Islamic militants from the Al-Qaida-linked Al-Shabab group attacked a remote African Union base in Somalia, causing a catastrophe that led to the death of 25 combatants while several others were injured, according to the AU mission reports and Abudi Guled (Associated Press). In a tweet, […]

The Catastrophe of Terrorism on Peace Agents: Evidence of Suicide Attacks on UN Vehicles in Garowe

The increasing number of terrorist attacks in recent times call for  greater attention. On 20th April, 2015, the Al-Shabab Islamist terrorist group launched an attack on the United Nations staff who work for the children’s agency UNICEF in the north-eastern town of Garowe, Somalia. The insurgent group set off a huge […]