In 1996, staff at Pilanesberg National park, a game reserve in South Africa, had a problem: young bull male elephants were on a rampage. They were going after visitors and attacking and killing the rhinos. This was definitely not normal behavior for elephants. The ecologists at Pilanesberg diagnosed the situation and came up with a plan that restored the natural balance in the park. No rhino has been killed by an elephant at Pilanesberg ever since.
Northern Nigeria has a problem: young men in their 20s and 30s are on a rampage. Can we look to the elephant for a possible solution?
This episode was produced by Rahmat Muhammad, Alexandra Gekpe, John Iwodi, Uche Mbah, Dominic Tabakaji and Sam Tabakaji.
Executive producer Rahmat Muhammad.
Special thanks to Mala Iwa Gbado Ikaleku.
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