N. N. Ezikpe, Mabel O. Kalu, Chidinma E. Elekwa


This study is set to identify a model of peace education adopted in Nigerian Universities that is capable of curbing students restiveness in the university education system. The paper adopted the content research analysis method, which is concerned with the review and critique of relevant academic literature. This paper used existing secondary data drawn from the sources of academic contributions of scholars and education policy makers. Hence the construction of a research instrument and the use of descriptive or inferential statistical tools were not applicable. The paper show that an adoption of peace education in Nigerian universities with definite recommendations were proffered and it was concluded that peace education integration and adoption should be the only true panacea for students’ restiveness in Nigerian university.


Student, university, restiveness, peace, education, adoption

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