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Nigeria After Independence

Nigeria After Independence

At the time of independence, in 1960, Nigeria appeared to be one of the most promising countries in all of Africa. Its strengths were represented by a lively civil society, a high level of...

Nigeria Arts and Architecture

Nigeria Arts and Architecture

Modern art in Nigeria is based on indigenous tradition and on the interactions between foreign and Nigerian religious and intellectuals. The projects linked to the Oye Ekiti missions are significant, with workshops of sculpture,...

Nigeria Between 1960's and 1970's

Nigeria Between 1960’s and 1970’s

According to HEALTHINCLUDE.COM, the federal constitution (adopted with the accession to independence on 10 October 1960) allowed a balance between the three major parties: the Northern People’s Congress (NPC), dominant in the northern region...

Nigeria Between 1979 and 1993

Nigeria Between 1979 and 1993

After 13 years of military rule, the Second Republic was inaugurated on 1 October 1979, with the entry into force of a new Constitution and the establishment as president of Alhaji Shehu Shagari. The...

Nigeria Brief History

Nigeria Brief History

Federal state of West Africa. Nigeria is the most populous country on the African continent; there are hundreds of ethnic groups that make up the Nigerian nation. The most numerous are hausa-fulani, yoruba, ibo,...

Nigeria Cinematography

Nigeria Cinematography

Having gained independence in 1960, Nigeria (British colony since 1914) appeared to be one of the most promising African countries thanks to its natural wealth (especially oil) and the size of its internal market...

Nigeria Fauna

Nigeria Climate, Flora and Fauna

Climate. – Overall, the climate of West Africa is linked to the climatic relations between land and sea. During the boreal summer, the wind from the Gulf of Guinea blows across the heated land...

Nigeria Defense and Security

Nigeria Defense and Security

Economy, energy and environment Nigeria is the eighth largest oil exporter in the world and in 2014 it became the largest African economy, as rebasing operations confirmed that Nigerian GDP exceeds that of South...

Nigeria Demography and Economic Geography

Nigeria Demography and Economic Geography

Central-West African state. With 140,431,790 residents at the 2006 census and 178,516,904 pop. according to a 2014 UNDESA (United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs) estimate, Nigeria remains the most populous country in...

Nigeria Cinema

Nigeria Economic and Financial Policy

During the 2004-05 two-year period, the Nigerian authorities adopted important structural policies aimed at strengthening governance and transparency in state action, countering corruption, reforming the social security system, launching the privatization program for public...