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British administration and the development of Northern Nigeria, 1900-1954.

Ahmed Algazali

British administration and the development of Northern Nigeria, 1900-1954.

by Ahmed Algazali

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Published by Ahmadu Bello University, Institute of Administration] in [Zaria, Nigeria .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nigeria, Northern,
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Nigeria, Northern -- Politics and government.,
    • Great Britain -- Colonies -- Africa -- Administration.,
    • Nigeria, Northern -- Economic conditions.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJQ3099.N63 A63
      The Physical Object
      Pagination75 p.
      Number of Pages75
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4472329M
      LC Control Number79279670

        This was an oversimplified view, but it reflected British attitudes about Nigeria. It was not until that Fredrick (later Lord) Lugard combined the northern and southern parts into the unified Colony and Protectorate of Nigeria. Lugard was an individualistic military man and possessed a driving sense of purpose. A major area of conflict between the colonial administration in Nigeria and colonized Africans on the one hand and missionaries on the other hand was education. Though the Christian missionaries and the administration found a common ground in the adaptation policy of , it was at the expense of Africans who sought better quality education for their communities.

        In Nigeria, oil is a dirty business. The black gold of the Niger delta pollutes the region's air, land and water, and the corruption it generates poisons the country's business and politics. British Journal of Education Vol.3, No.3, pp, March Published by European Centre for Research Training and Development UK () 1 CHALLENGES TO SECONDARY SCHOOL PRINCIPALS’ LEADERSHIP IN NORTHERN REGION OF NIGERIA Olowoselu Abdulrasheed & Aishatu Salihu Bello Department of Science Education.

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British administration and the development of Northern Nigeria, 1900-1954 by Ahmed Algazali Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. British administration and the development of Northern Nigeria, [Ahmed Algazali]. Colonial Nigeria was the era in the History of Nigeria when the region of West Africa was ruled by Great Britain in from the mid-nineteenth century untilwhen Nigeria achieved independence.

British influence in the region began with the prohibition of slave trade to British subjects in Britain annexed Lagos in and established the Oil River Protectorate in Capital: Lagos.

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. Beginning indevelopment plans for the various colonies—Ghana (the Gold Coast), Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Kenya, Uganda, and Tanganyika—contributed to educational progress.

Upon achieving home rule and then independence, the new African states born of the old British colonies were inheritors of an educational system that, though better. Nigeria - Nigeria - Nigeria as a colony: After the British government assumed direct control of the Royal Niger Company’s territories, the northern areas were renamed the Protectorate of Northern Nigeria, and the land in the Niger delta and along the lower reaches of the river was added to the Niger Coast Protectorate, which was renamed the Protectorate of Southern Nigeria.

History of Public Administration in Nigeria. Nigeria is a merger of the Northern protectorate and the Southern protectorate. The area that became Nigeria has long been inhabited by humans. During the 15th and 18th century, people in this region, experienced slavery, under the British.

Inthe region gained independence and was named Nigeria. 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. The Western education system in Nigeria started in by the Christian missionaries.

This early activity was concentrated within the Lagos area (Badagry and Abeokuta) with little effort beyond. The British Colonial interest began when there was an. tion of provincial administration in Northern Nigeria. During his tenure as the High Com­ missioner from tothe provinces he created were more or less paper" provinces.

This was so as the British colonial government had just been established in Northern Nigeria and thus exercised little or no control over most of the provinces. Colonialism is a major feature of the economic history of Nigeria. Britain eventually gained control of Nigerian administration.

After independence, the Nigerian economy seemed very promising. Many saw Nigeria, with 15% of Africa's population, as an emerging economy.

However, this potential never materialized. A series of unfortunate political and economic events have stalled Nigerian growth. introduced in the early days of the British administration. Assistance in the form of their country, and the British efforts cannot be erased from the history books or Bryan Sharwood Smith, But Always as a Friend --Northern Nigeria and the Cameroons (U.S.A., ), p.

Ill. Although treaties were signed with rulers byactual British control of northern and southern Nigeria was not attained until Colonial rule lasted until and was resisted in various.

The book’s protagonist Kingsley is unable to find work, and so turns to the shady world of email confidence tricks. The scams are too often cited by xenophobes and racists as the main export of Nigeria, yet Adoabi addresses this contentious issue with humor and lightness, creating a story of family, aspiration and the hard lessons that.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xix, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Historical, political and constitutional setting. --Indirect rule and the Northern Nigeria administration The collapse of the Southern Nigeria administration and the amalgamation of Nigeria Sir Hugh Clifford: the unconforming Governor of Nigeria The British conquered most of Northern Nigeria, including the Sokoto Caliphate.

The British conquest of Southern Nigeria ended. 1 May: Colonial Office amalgamates Lagos Colony with Southern Nigeria Protectorate. German-owned Nigerian Bitumen Company began searching for petroleum off coast. British administrative less than males especially in the Northern part of Nigeria (Ajala and Alonge, ).

As a result, government agencies, non-governmental institutions, the United Nations. Lagos became a part of Southern Nigeria from until and the records for Southern Nigeria follow those for Lagos. The statistics for Northern Nigeria then run from until Blue Books of statistics from until cover the whole of Nigeria.

These books include population data, accounts and lists of the colonies' officers. Lord Lugard was appointed as the first British High Commissioner of Northern Nigeria after the district administration of the Royal Niger Company was brought to an end, and formally a British protectorate was established there.

This took place 15 years after the British protectorate was established in Southern Nigeria. Interpretations. From the early 20th century, French and British writers helped establish a dichotomy between British Indirect rule, exemplified by the Indian princely states and by Lord Lugard's writings on the administration of northern Nigeria, and French colonial direct with British theorists, French colonial officials like Félix Eboué or Robert Delavignette wrote and argued.

This book argues that political Islam (represented by its moderate and militant forms) has failed to govern effectively or successfully due to its inability to reconcile its discursive understanding of Islam, centered on literal justice, with the dominant neo-liberal value of freedom.

Explain the British structure of administration in Northern Nigeria during the colonial period. What was the British structure of administration in Northern Nigeria during the colonial period? Answers. 1. Colony - Governor was in charge of the colony 2.

Regions/ Provinces - Residents/ Provincial commissioner was in charge of the Region.DEVELOPMENT OF AFRICAN ADMINISTRATION: PRE-COLONIAL TIMES AND SINCE Emizet F.

Kisangani Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, USA Keywords: ancient, civilization, colonization, development, administration, corruption, administrative reform. Contents 1. The Pre-colonial Period: From the Ashes of Pharaohs to the Berlin Conference Nigeria was a creation of the British colonial adventurer and empire March for markets, raw materials and the need to exert political influence overseas led Britain to journey to places as distant as Wikki in present day Borno the Northwest, Sokoto came under her influence ng the name Nigeria from the word 'Niger' - the name of the river that constitutes the most.