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Nigeria: its peoples and its problems
E. D. Morel
|Statement||by E. D. Morel.|
|Series||Cass library of African studies. General studies,, no. 73|
|LC Classifications||DT515 .M8 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xl, 264 p.|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||68107848|
Nigeria - Nigeria - Independent Nigeria: Nigeria was granted independence on October 1, A new constitution established a federal system with an elected prime minister and a ceremonial head of state. The NCNC, now headed by Azikiwe (who had taken control after Macaulay’s death in ), formed a coalition with Balewa’s NPC after neither party won a majority in the elections. This work has now concluded. Nigeria, home to one in five Africans, has been the continent's most indebted nation. With $36 billion in external debt, million people living on less than a dollar a day, and a fledgling democratic government attempting reforms, Nigeria should have been a strong candidate for debt relief. Yet, in part because of its oil revenues, Nigeria slipped through the.
world, and wishing to strengthen its sustained and multiform action in this field, Recalling that each State has the sovereign right freely to choose and develop, in accordance with the will of its people, its own political, social, economic and cultural systems without interfer ence by other States in strict conformity with the United Nations. The history of Nigeria can be traced to settlers trading across the middle East and Africa as early as BC. Numerous ancient African civilizations settled in the region that is known today as Nigeria, such as the Kingdom of Nri, the Benin Empire, and the Oyo Empire. Islam reached Nigeria through the Borno Empire between ( AD) and Hausa States around ( AD) during the 11th century.
In , Nigeria was claimed as a colony. In order to have everything under control and to their benefit, they had to have the people in Nigeria tamed. This task gave much trouble to the British, beacuse Nigeria was divided in about different ethnic groups. . Home to about million people, Nigeria is the world’s sixth largest country in terms of population and also one of the fastest growing. In , its population was less than 40 million, meaning it has multiplied several times over in recent decades.
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Nigeria, country located on the western coast of Africa. Nigeria has a diverse geography, with climates ranging from arid to humid equatorial. However, Nigeria’s most diverse feature is its people. Hundreds of languages are spoken in the country, including Yoruba.
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Reviewed in the United States on November 5, I used this book as a text in my course on Africa because of its beginning half. This part introduces the geology and geography in Reviews: 1. Nigeria’s population is projected to grow from more than million people in to million inbecoming the world’s fourth most populous country.
Nigeria’s sustained high population growth rate will continue for the foreseeable future because of population momentum and its .Nigeria is often called the "Giant of Africa." This name comes from the vastness of its land, the diversity of its peoples and languages, its huge population (the largest in Africa), and its .Nigeria has at least m people and some languages.
By all rights the continent’s wealthiest nation, it has more people living in absolute poverty — defined as below $ a day — than.