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The role of the media in conflict resolution – a case study of the federal government amnesty program in the Niger Delta

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This research work is focused on The role of the media in conflict resolution – a case study of the federal government amnesty program in the Niger Delta. The media as the fourth estate of the realm is susceptible to manipulation positively and otherwise regardless of place and time. This is partly why media conflict study is gaining currency globally. The role of the media in conflict prevention, resolution and escalation is now of global concern to both peace and conflict scholars and public policy makers. The kind of information the media disseminate is critical to sustaining peace and harmony in society and vice versa. It is on this note that we examined the role of the Nigeria Media in Niger Delta, Boko Haram, and Jos Crisis. To what extent has the mainstream media shun the principle of who plays the piper dictates the tune”. Using research designs personal interview and observation, the project argues that the media play a vital project argue that the media play a vital role in promoting peace and preventing conflict by embracing the principle of peaceful co-existence as against the policy of disseminating only the kind of information those who pay their wages want them to. This research work will attempt the role the media played in the amnesty program introduced by the Federal Government of Nigeria in the Niger Delta

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