Dr. Oluwole Ojewale

ENACT Regional Organised Crime Observatory Coordinator,
Institute for Security Studies
Senegal

Oluwole Ojewale Ph.D, is the ENACT Regional Organised Crime Observatory Coordinator at the Institute for Security Studies in Dakar, Senegal. He leads on improving the evidence-based knowledge and analysis on Transnational Organized Crime, and its impact on governance, development and state fragility in the Lake Chad Basin and Central Africa. His research and policy interests span transnational organised crime, urban governance, security, conflict, and resilience in Africa. His ongoing studies focus on how urbanisation shapes transnational organized crime in Mali and Nigeria; arms trafficking in Cameroon; and illicit trading of Coltan in the Democratic Republic of Congo. His commentaries have been published by the Harvard bulletin, the Brookings Institution, the Africa Report and the Conversation. He co-authored Urbanization and Crime in Nigeria (Palgrave, 2019).

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