Below is a visualization and description of some of the most significant incidents of political violence in Nigeria from November 26 to December 2, 2022. This update also represents violence related to Boko Haram in Cameroon, Chad, and Niger. These incidents are included in the Nigeria Security Tracker.
- November 26: A cult clash led to six deaths in Awka, Anambra.
- November 26: Gunmen killed two security guards in Akoko North-East, Ondo.
- November 26: Troops killed four bandits in Chikun, Kaduna.
- November 26: Troops killed ten Islamic State in West Africa (ISWA) militants in Abadam, Borno.
- November 27: Hoodlums set an Independent Nigeria Electoral Commission (INEC) office on fire in Izzi, Ebonyi.
- November 28: Kidnappers abducted eighteen in Ofu, Kogi.
- November 28: Gunmen killed a Labour Party Women Leader in Kaura, Kaduna.
- November 28: Kidnappers killed one and abducted two in Omala, Kogi.
- November 29: Herdsmen killed three in Guma, Benue.
- November 29: Bandits killed two in Danmusa, Katsina.
- November 30: Communal violence led to eight deaths in Bayo, Borno.
- November 30: Bandits killed seven in Goronyo Local Government Area (LGA) and abducted five in Sabon Birni LGA in Sokoto.
- December 1: Hoodlums set an INEC office on fire and abducted three construction workers in Orlu, Imo.
- December 1: The Civilian Joint Task Force killed twenty bandits in Munya, Niger.
- December 1: Herdsmen killed two in Takum, Taraba.
- December 2: Gunmen abducted three from a mosque in Ughelli North, Delta.
- December 2: Air strikes killed an estimated ten bandits each in Chikun, Igabi, and Birnin-Gwari LGAs (est. at thirty total) in Kaduna.
- December 2: Bandits killed one and abducted thirty-one in Batsari, Katsina.