Nigeria's last generational crisis war as the Nigerian civil war, or Biafran war, fought from 1967-69 between Muslims and Christians. The survivors of that extremely violent, bloody, genocidal war never want to see anything like it happen again. 40 years have now passed. The young post-war children are the Christian and Muslim gangs that are going out killing each other in gang fights. But as long as their parents are around, the gang fights will not take the next step into full scale civil war.
> So you seem to think that a "generational crisis war" is pretty
> far off in Nigeria due to the fact that their last crisis war was
> ended 42 years ago and, as such, much of that generation is still
> alive an will prevent it.
> Now, I know that average are just that... averages. But a quick
> lookup shows me that the average life-expectancy in Nigeria is
> just 46.9 years (46.4 years for males).
> Therefore, I would think they're close to another "generational
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