The report noted that 71 members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) were killed in the past three months, as the separatist group continues its agitation to break the southeast region away from Nigeria.
Its wanted leader, Nnamdi Kanu, was arrested weeks ago after four years on the run and is set to resume his court trial next week.
The highest number of deaths in the country were recorded in the northwest (894), followed by north central (867), northeast (655), southeast (293), and the south south (247).
The southwest recorded the lowest number of deaths with 177.
Nigeria is plagued by insecurity issues that have left the government scratching its head, devastating tens of thousands of lives.
Another SBM Intelligence report last week showed a total of 2,371 people were kidnapped in the country between January and June 2021.
PresidentMuhammadu Buhari has made numerous promises to restore peace to troubled communities, but insecurity remains at an alarming rate in the country as data shows.