History of Nigeria

Nigeria as a political substance appeared by the 1914 Amalgamation of the Northern Protectorate and Southern Protectorate of Nigeria by Lord Lugard.

The name Nigeria was taken Ebira language from the River Niger going through Nigeria. This name was authored by Flora Shaw, the future spouse of Baron Lugard, a British pioneer director, in the late nineteenth century.(1)

Nigeria has 3 Major Ethnic gathering: Igbo, Hausa and Yoruba and various ancestral gatherings. By and large, Nigeria ethnic societies have run an equal recorded, political and social turn of events; any place the way of life have combined or met it was typically through trade or war.

The significant clans Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba with various ancestral gatherings are altogether everlastingly cognizant and especially watched of their way of life, propensity and history. Large numbers of the clans are transparently doubts of the other.

This was the foundation to the mixture of the Northern and Southern Protectorate of Nigeria by Lord Lugard and the British Imperial Office.

Without a satisfactory merging of the disparate perspectives, assembly of formative objectives and synchronization of desire for nationhood, the various people groups of Nigeria was lumped into one nation; Nigeria.

6years into this marriage, Nigeria disintegrated. The conflict named The Nigeria-Biafra War had as its remote and quick causes the doubt and doubt of the significant clans. Every one of them had an alternate view, viewpoint; the way, way and bearing Nigeria as a country should head.