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Memorandum to the Minorities Commission from the government of the Northern Region of Nigeria.

Northern Region of Nigeria (Nigeria)

Memorandum to the Minorities Commission from the government of the Northern Region of Nigeria.

by Northern Region of Nigeria (Nigeria)

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Published by Government Printer in Kaduna, [Nigeria] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Northern Region of Nigeria (Nigeria),
  • Indigenous peoples -- Nigeria.,
  • Nigeria -- Politics and government.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsNigeria. Minorities Commission.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1004, 8 p. :
    Number of Pages1004
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22160279M

    THE NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR MINORITIES ACT, (19 of ) [17th May, An Act to constitute a National Commission for Minorities and to provide for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto. Be it enacted by Parliament in the Forty-third Year of the Republic of India as follows: CHAPTER 1 PRELIMINARY 1.   David Boro, 72, is the younger brother of the late Isaac Boro, who led the struggle for the emancipation of the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. The declaration of the Republic of .

    Following the creation of states, minorities in the Eastern Region withdrew support from Ojukwu and allied with Gowon. On July 6, , Ojukwu declared secession and the Biafran Republic was born.   According to Amadu Kurfi, (), the original intention of the July 29 counter coup leaders was to seize the reins of government and then announce the secession of the Northern Region .

    Wole Soyinka’s wrath against a legacy of boundaries between a territorially vast northern Nigeria and a much smaller southern section is buttressed by critics of colonial constitutional provisions which guaranteed the Northern Region over 50 per cent of seats in the federal legislature. Nigeria (/ n aɪ ˈ dʒ ɪər i ə / ()), officially the Federal Republic of Nigeria, is a sovereign country located in West Africa bordering Niger in the north, Chad in the northeast, Cameroon in the east, and Benin in the southern coast is on the Gulf of Guinea in the Atlantic a is a federal republic comprising 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory, where the.


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Memorandum to the Minorities Commission from the government of the Northern Region of Nigeria by Northern Region of Nigeria (Nigeria) Download PDF EPUB FB2

THE All Progressives Congress, APC-led Federal Government, and opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, were at each other’s throats yesterday over probe of. the Government of the Northern Region of Nigeria on the Reorganisation of the Legal and Judicial Systems of the Northe rn Region”, and the W hite Paper on the second report of the Panel of.

The memorandum below prepared by Alan Lennox -Boyd,Secretary of state for the colonies () on Nigeria’s constitutional conference () speaks volumes of the minds of our colonial.

When first published in his book The British Colonial Legacy In Northern Nigeria, this thesis earned Professor Turaki a British government ban from entering the UK. Truth hurts even hardened British authorities, but Professor Turaki was bold enough in his speech to spread around the honors: “The worst kind of slavery in Africa was conducted.

memorandum of understanding on cooperation in the area of peace and security between the african union, the regional economic communities and the coordinating mechanisms of the regional standby brigades of eastern africa and northern africa african union.

Besides his service on the Northern Region of Nigeria’s Panel of Jurists inalso visited the Region for the Self-Government celebrations in May and facilitated work on the Penal Code. In Sudan, had influence during the regime of Ibrahim Abboud, devising the legal system, and was important in the legal transition involved.

The Minorities of the then Western Nigeria were carved out in as Mid-West Region by the First Republic. The Minorities of the then Eastern Region (Ogoja, Calabar and Rivers [COR]) were carved out in as Cross Rivers and Rivers States were created by the Military.

The Northern region, whose inhabitants were mainly Muslims, contained about one-half of Nigeria's total population (, ). In the eyes of some, the "Richards" Constitution, as it became known, was also an attempt to quell demands for self-government and thereby delay the move towards independence from Britain (Africa South of the Sahara.

16 As late asthe members of the British Willink Commission, appointed to inquire into the fears of the minority tribes, remarked that ‘the northern Region has remained behind the protective wall of the Colonial government as an Islamic society, singularly unaffected by change in the rest of the World; Islamic law of the Maliki school.

The paper try to explain the issues of minority questions and the will ink intervention. government-citizen relationship and facilitating the involvement of minorities and. Northern region had similar characteristics in terms of administration, Nigeria Local Government.

Government in Nigeria is divided into three tiers-the federal government, the governments of each of the country's thirty-six states, and local government councils that govern Nigeria's Local. At the end of the workshop, participants should be able to: Explain the concept of Memorandum Discuss the Types of Memorandum Explain Administrative Staff College of Nigeria.

Lagos State, Nigeria. 24 - 28 Aug Principal Officers working in the offices of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation and Secretary to the State.

The Government of the Northern Region felt that the greatest need was to accelerate the expansion of the primary schools. Its aim was to attain the Ashby report target of 25% of children of school age to be in school by The Government also designed a programme that was to advance the region into Universal Primary Education as soon as.

The Northern and Upper West Regions were chosen because of the high level of poverty and underdevelopment. According to the Ghana Statistical Service, the Upper West Region and the Northern Region have the highest (%) and the third highest (%) poverty incidence rates in Ghana.

The underdevelopment of Northern Ghana has attracted a high. ABUJA – Catholic Pontiff, Pope Francis weekend prayed for the victims of insecurity and for peace in troubled parts of Nigeria.

This is even as the Archbishop of Abuja, Most Rev. Ignatius Kaigama, called on the Federal Government to change its approach to the security challenges affecting the nation.

At the inception of colonial rule, there were British officers for Northern Nigeria, which had a size ofsquare kilometers and population of 8, Annual Report, Northern Nigeria, This manpower shortage would continue because of revenue constraints. When first published in his book The British Colonial Legacy In Northern Nigeria, this thesis earned Professor Turaki a British government ban from entering the UK.power has been held by minority tribal elements from the "middlebelt" area--the southern part of the former Northern Region.

At the time of the July coup, [b]the middle- belters had the support of the Hausa-Fulanis but this was primarily because the coup was directed against the then Ibo regime. The present aims of the middlebelters and the. On 50 years ago, Yakubu Gowon, who served as head of state of Nigeria from toperhaps in anticipation of the audacious move by the Military Governor of the Eastern Region of Nigeria, Lt.

Col. Emeka Ojukwu, announced the division of Nigeria into 12 states from four regions. Rise to power Nigerian coup d'état. Further information: Nigerian coup d'état In Januaryhe became Nigeria's youngest military chief of staff at the age of 31, because a military coup d'état by a group of junior officers under Major Chukwuma Kaduna Nzeogwu led to the overthrow of Nigeria's civilian government.

In the course of this coup, mostly northern and western leaders. governing Nigeria and to asymmetric differences in regional policies. Although formally governed as a unitary state for 40 years, Nigeria came to be composed of three distinct administrative regions: the Western Region, dominated by the Yorubas; the Eastern Region, dominated by the Igbos; and the vast Northern Region, dominated by the.The Mid-West region had been created by a civilian government inthus liberating those minorities from Yoruba domination.

But the minorities of the northern region and eastern region had continued under the shadows of the Hausa-Fulani and Igbos, respectively.