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Why The Northern Region Wanted To Break Away From Nigeria In 1954

The history of secession in Nigeria is very clear. Nigeria planned to get their independence by 1954, but the North, fearing the educational and technological advancement of the South vis-a-vis the North, opposed the move for independence and threatened to secede from Nigeria if the independence move succeeds.

  3 months ago ago
Why The Northern Region Wanted To Break Away From Nigeria In 1954

POLITICS

3 Current Northern Nigerian Governors That Are Christians (Photos)

The different 36 states in Nigeria are divided into various regions which comprises of the Northern region, the south-south, the south west and south east region. Our focus in this post will be to list comprehensively all the northern states in Nigeria who are the Hausa/Fulani speaking people or tribe. Prior to the amalgamation of 1914 by the then Governor general, Lord Lugard, the protectorate of Northern Nigeria was already established in October 1, 1897. It was the treaty of 1885 that granted Northern Nigeria

  1 year ago ago
3 Current Northern Nigerian Governors That Are Christians (Photos)

POLITICS

The North Will Rule Forever in Nigeria

The politics of Nigeria is highly dominated by regional politics. Any time the North collaborate with either the south or the West or East it control power. The independennt government of the first Republic was established by collaboration between the Northern Peoples Congress(NPC) and the National Council of Nigerians Citizens (NCNC). The NPC was the leading party in Northern Nigeria, NCNC was dominating the East and Mid Western Nigeria and the Action Group (A.G) was the leading party in the West. The NPC

  1 year ago ago
The North Will Rule Forever in Nigeria

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History: How Ex-Emir Sanusi’s grandfather was deposed in 1963.

Upon his emergence as emir, he played key roles in the major shift in elite configuration in the state. He was also instrumental in the formation of the Northern Peoples Congress (NPC), where he brought many groups into the NPC. Indeed, Sanusi I was charismatic, politically sound and influential in the northern region. He stood firmly against injustice and oppression, seizing moments to condemn any of such acts. Sanusi I went into exile at Azare, a city in Bauchi state, where he kept a low profile. He spent

  1 year ago ago
History: How Ex-Emir Sanusi’s grandfather was deposed in 1963.

POLITICS

Throwback: Brief History And Photos Of Sir Ahmadu Bello Sardauna Of Sokoto.

Brief History of Northern political leader, Sir Ahmadu Ibrahim Bello, Sardauna of Sokoto,  Sir Ahmadu Ibrahim Bello the sardauna of Sokoto was born on the 12th June 1910, in Rabah a local government of sokoto state. The same time Sir Ahmadu ibrahim Bello the Sardauna of Sokoto was died in Kaduna on the 15th of January 1966. He died at the age of 55 years in the world.  He is one of the unforgettable Nigerian Northern leaders we ever had, he is a political leader who led under political party known as

  1 year ago ago
Throwback: Brief History And Photos Of Sir Ahmadu Bello Sardauna Of Sokoto.

POLITICS

History Of Etsu Usman Sarki (1962-1968)

Etsu Usman Sarki was from Etsu Masaba Royal House and ascended the throne in 1962 after the death of Etsu Muhammadu Ndayako. Etsu Usman Sarki was highly educated and was appointed Etsu Nupe while serving as Federal Minister of Internal Affairs, relinquishing a position with enormous powers to ascend the throne of his forefathers. After winning election under Northern Peoples Congress (NPC) in 1955, he was appointed Parliamentary Secretary for Works and Survey. He was also part of the Northern delegates to d

  1 year ago ago
History Of Etsu Usman Sarki (1962-1968)

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Bola Ige: Eighteen Years Later By TonyAdemiluyi

The Asiwaju of Esa-Oke, Chief James Ajibola Idowu Ige was a colossus in life and death. Today makes it eighteen years since the erstwhile Attorney-General was murdered in his Ibadan home when he came to celebrate Christmas with his family while diligently serving his nation as the chief law officer. His life was a case study of leadership and service to humanity. He was born into a humble family but by dint of hardwork and belief in God made it to the top in both his chosen legal profession and in the murky

  2 years ago ago
Bola Ige: Eighteen Years Later By TonyAdemiluyi

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Is History Repeating itself, Ex-Emir Sanusi’s grandfather was dethrone in 1963?!

Upon his emergence as emir, he played key roles in the major shift in elite configuration in the state. He was also instrumental in the formation of the Northern Peoples Congress (NPC), where he brought many groups into the NPC. Indeed, Sanusi I was charismatic, politically sound and influential in the northern region. He stood firmly against injustice and oppression, seizing moments to condemn any of such acts. Sanusi I went into exile at Azare, a city in Bauchi state, where he kept a low profile. He spent

  1 year ago ago
Is History Repeating itself, Ex-Emir Sanusi’s grandfather was dethrone in 1963?!