The paper entitled “Security: The Africa Stag -A Study of African Security Vacuum, Mercenarism and Private Security”, is a story on the security vacuum in Africa in light of mercenarism in Africa. This paper concludes that, the security vacuum would not be eliminated, but could be filed by institutionally designated bodies, either a standing force or the collaboration between this and private security companies. We say here it will not be eliminated, since the current security vacuum is a product of earlier African state inclinations in unilateralism and the overlooking of nation building through democratic guises.
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