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Hunger fears in north-east Nigeria as roaming elephants trample crops
Akinwotu, Emmanuel. “Hunger Fears in North-East Nigeria as Roaming Elephants Trample Crops.” The Guardian, Guardian News and Media, 9 Nov. 2020, www.theguardian.com/world/2020/nov/09/elephants-roaming-land-emptied-by-insurgency. Accessed November 19th 20202 The people in north-east Nigeria are on the brink of starvation due to an elephant herd trampling their crops. Refugees had fled their homes to escape the insurgency and this left the people in their homes to learn to live with a smaller population and less source of food income, however now their main food source has been destroyed just weeks before harvesting season. Due to the decrease in population the elephants are no longer deterred from their village. These peoples’ spirits were broken for all that time, hard work, and effort went to waste, in fact, people have been forced to walk 12 miles to the border just to buy food. The people were already in an unfortunate situation and the elephants caused more misfortune. A natural human response to this situation would be to kill some of the elephants and deter the herd, but elephants are quickly going extinct and are protected by the wildlife organizations. The leaders and government must quickly find a solution where the elephants are safely relocated and the people are given food until they can recuperate from their losses. I plan on using this article to show the human response to conflict. A human will put themselves first when it’s their lives or others. I plan to show how important it is that the government and wildlife organizations relocate the elephants and provide food for the people or else the people will take matters into their own hands not caring for the consequences because they’re solely focusing on their survival.
Dabang, Percy, and Angela Ukomadu. “In Nigeria, Looters Target Government Warehouses Stocked with COVID-19 Relief.” Reuters, Thomson Reuters, 9 Nov. 2020, www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-nigeria-food/in-nigeria-looters-target-government-warehouses-stocked-with-covid-19-relief-idUSKBN27P0VT. Accessed November 19th 2020. The relationship between the people of Nigerian and their government is broken. A government should be known for how it helps its people succeed, thrive, and survive in difficult times. However Nigeria’s people trust their government so little they feel the need to take matters into their own hands. COVID-19 developed and hit the world in a way no one could predict, while all countries can and will react differently to the pandemic the governments must make ultimate decisions on how to keep their people safe and be able to survive economically. Due to the poor relationship, the people lost the ability to trust the government to handle the issues and conflicts for them. Instead the people feel cheated by the government and even feel obligated to deliberately disobey the laws in order to survive, When the people found out the government was restaining food and hiding it from them they couldn’t take the word of the government and believe the statement that it was for their own sake. Instead the people broke into the warehouses and stole what they felt was rightfully theirs. In a human’s response to conflict they will always do what it takes to survive, much like Okonkwo’s neighboring tribe killed the man who came to them preaching that their Gods were fake. The people of the tribe felt disrespected and threatened and so they got rid of the problem. If Nigeria’s government does not start repairing it’s relationship with its people more situations like the robberies will arise.
Achebe, Chinua. Things Fall Apart. Doubleday. 1959. Print. Okonkwo once again displays the human response to conflict. The village elder advises him not to take part in the killing of Ikemefuna, yet due to Okonkwo’s fear of appearing weak he takes part in it anyway, sending Okonkwo into a depressive episode where he refuses to eat. Yet again Okonkwo’s problems are caused by his fear of becoming like his father in the eyes of his tribe. Okonkwo constantly focuses on how to avoid every trait his father had in his life, even though his father was an overall happy man Okonkwo never felt proud to be his son due to the shame that the lack of title brought upon his family . Even though it has been years since the death of his father and Okonkwo is well known and respected in his tribe, the conflict he faced as a child greatly influences every decision and action he takes in his life. This main conflict although faced as a child continuously affects Okonkwo’s decision making and views on the world throughout the entirety of the book.
“The Berlin Conference.” South African History Online, 22 May 2015 www.sahistory.org.za/article/berlin-conference. Accessed December 7 2020. The Berlin Conference arose as a solution to some European countries’ problems and desires, yet the solution came from another area of the world. The decisions these people would come to make involve territory that belongs to a completely neutral continent. The European countries involved in the conference will take the territories and divide them between each other after days of discussions and planning. This relates to the book in the way that the white men decided what was true and what would happen without involving the people of Okonkwo’s tribe in the decision making.