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Nigeria as an Independent state with different ethnic and religious groups over the years experienced a number of ethno-religious conflicts which have claimed lives and properties. The consequence of this is the displacement of many inhabitants which are referred to as Internally Displaced Persons (IDP’s). The affected persons are denied certain constitutional rights as enshrined in the Constitution of the Federal republic of Nigeria 1999 (as amended) and other international legal instruments which are aim at protecting their rights. It is to this extent that this work examined the causes of ethno-religious conflicts vis-à-vis the laws that seeks to protect the rights of victims of such conflicts. The study also examined the role of Government and Non-governmental agencies in the protection of the rights of victims of ethno-religious conflict whether such role is moral or legal? Data were collected through questionnaire and interviews and later the data were analyzed. The findings are that in Nigeria today there is no certained law dealing with the problem of internally displaced persons. Our recommendation is that with the foundation laid down by the Kampala convention and the general principles of issues relating to IDP’s, the stage is set for Nigeria to hasten the process of enacting its laws or adopting the kampala convention as a national law.
1.1 Background tothe Research
Ethnicity and religion have become powerful factors of mobilization for violence leading
up to the destruction of lives and properties, displacement of whole communities and
especially in Kaduna State and Nigeria as a whole.
In Kaduna State, there have been conflicts leading to loss of lives and destruction of
properties at KasuwanMagani in 1980, Kaduna metropolis in 1982, Gure/Kahugu in
1986, Kafanchan in 1987, Kaduna City again in 1992, Kafanchan in 1999 and Kaduna,
KachiaandBirninGwari in February 2000. Also, in 2007 at ZangonKataf Local
Government and lastly the election violence of 2011in many parts of Kaduna State which
have 3 religious and ethno-centric colorations. The causative factors that culminated into
ethno-religious crises in Kaduna State include struggle for power, religious differences,
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