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This article investigates into the operations of Boko Haram insurgency and its consequences on Nigeria's political and socio-economic arrangement. The paper faults the sudden development of Boko Haram on the government languorous attitude to governance. The paper is qualitative research, it relies more on the secondary form of data collection, and the theoretical thrust hinges on Ted theory of Relative Deprivation; noting that the people of Northeast feel highly deprived in the scheme of thingsdoi:10.35940/ijrte.b1127.0982s919 fatcat:oelzoccafjh55dktdn4rs6t47q