Osun has been rated the most peaceful state in Nigeria, according to latest finding by Foundation for Peace Professionals (FPP).
After Osun, Kogi, Ekiti Kwara and Imo states are also said to be peaceful in that order.
The least peaceful states in the country includes; Yobe, Kebbi, Bauchi, Zamfara and Sokoto.
On a geo-political basis, Akwa Ibom was rated the most peaceful state in the south-south, Kaduna in the north-west, Kogi in the north-central, Osun in the south-west, Imo in the south-east and Taraba in the north-east.
The FFP data also indicated that Lagos state had the least poverty rate, Zamfara the least crime, Ekiti, the least incarceration rate and Taraba, the least human right abuses rate.
South-east Nigeria had the highest number of higher education institutions in the country with Imo rated to be the most educated state.
The data was collected between 2010-2016.