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Old Wine in New Bottle: Civil Society, Iko Mmee and Conflict Management in Southeastern Nigeria*

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Abstract Africa boils on account of intractable communal conflicts. Strategies adopted to manage the conflicts conform to western approaches of conflict management. Traditional forms of conflict resolution have been rarely applied. This has prompted emphasis on traditional tools of conflict management. Drawing from interviews and archival documents, this paper focuses on the deployment of iko mmee ritual by local civil society organizations in managing the Aguleri and Umuleri communal conflicts in Nigeria. It catalogues the failure of western models, explains the principles underlying iko mmee and how iko mmee was able to facilitate peace in the communities.

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2011-01-01
2015-06-03

Affiliations: 1: Department of Sociology, Faculty of the Social Sciences University of Ibadan Nigeria maziify2@gmail.com

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