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Kano Riots of 1953 (Causes & Consequences in Nigeria)
The Nigeria Kano Riots of 1953 (Causes & Effects) The Kano Riots began in Kano on 16th May, 1953 and ended on 19th May, 1953. Causes...
Lord Lugard Constitution 1914 In Nigeria
As a result of the acceptance of the Lord Lugard Amalgamation Report by the British Government, the Northern and Southern Provinces were joined together to form Nigeria on 1st January, 1914.
Success Of Indirect Rule In Northern Nigeria
Success Of Indirect Rule In Nigeria - The indirect rule system was largely a success in the Northern Protectorate because of the following reasons.
British Colony And Protectorate In Nigeria
The structure of government described above applied to both colony and protectorate of a British territory. A colony is a territory...
Advantages & Disadvantages of Clifford Constitution of 1922
Advantages and Disadvantages of Hugh Clifford Constitution The system of government introduced as a result of the amalgamation of 1914 created sharp divisions between British...
Clifford Constitution of 1922 | Features, Merits & Demerits
Clifford Constitution of 1922 - The system of government introduced as a result of the amalgamation of 1914 created sharp divisions between British officials and educated Nigerians on one hand, and between the chiefs and the educated elements on the other hand.
Nationalism | Definition, History, & Background
Nationalism in the African context may be defined as the struggles by Africans to free themselves from foreign rule, and to determine, after independence has been won, their own future. In the period before the Second World War, nationalism was aimed at resolving certain grievances of the elites.