The socio-economic Impact of Covid-19 Lockdown On Crime Among Nigeria Youths

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Brief Introduction

The impact of Covid-19 lockdown on the socio-economic implications is enormous. Confining youths in one place can force them to engage in cyber-crime. Covid-19 lockdown can also results in child molestations and expose them to gender base violence especially for the girl child.

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