Category: History Project Topics & Materials

A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF INDEPENDENCE AND POST-INDEPENDENCE CONSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIAA COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF INDEPENDENCE AND POST-INDEPENDENCE CONSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIA

A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF INDEPENDENCE AND POST-INDEPENDENCE CONSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIA INTRODUCTION The conference which became the last constitutional conference held before the attainment of Independence in 1960, also took place in London from September 29 to October 27, 1958. The resumed constitutional conference of 1958 was the last Nigerian constitutional conference held before the attainment […]

ANALYSIS OF THE PRE-COLONIAL POLITICAL SYSTEM IN HAUSA-FULANI LANDANALYSIS OF THE PRE-COLONIAL POLITICAL SYSTEM IN HAUSA-FULANI LAND

ANALYSIS OF THE PRE-COLONIAL POLITICAL SYSTEM IN HAUSA-FULANI LAND INTRODUCTION The Hausa land, before 1804, was made up of fourteen towns grouped into two. The first group of seven was called Hausa Bakwai while the other group of seven was balled Banza Bakwai. The Fulani took over the political leadership of the Hausa or Habe […]

XENOPHOBIC VIOLENCE IN SOUTH AFRICA: ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS FOR SOUTH AFRICA-NIGERIA RELATIONS IN 21ST CENTURYXENOPHOBIC VIOLENCE IN SOUTH AFRICA: ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS FOR SOUTH AFRICA-NIGERIA RELATIONS IN 21ST CENTURY

XENOPHOBIC VIOLENCE IN SOUTH AFRICA: ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS FOR SOUTH AFRICA-NIGERIA RELATIONS IN 21ST CENTURY 1.1    BACKGROUND OF STUDY On May 11, 2008, South African nationals in South Africa attacked foreigners, mainly blacks living in poor areas. the attacks began in Alexandra, Johannesburg and spread to other parts of the country. Due to the event, 62 […]

The Impact Of Xenophobic Attacks On Nigeria-South Africa Bilateral RelationsThe Impact Of Xenophobic Attacks On Nigeria-South Africa Bilateral Relations

Implications Of Xenophobic Attacks On Nigeria-South Africa Bilateral Relations While the xenophobic attacks in South Africa have claimed the lives of a number of Nigerians, leading to the deaths of 121 Nigerians. Several reasons have been giving for these xenophobic attakcs. One of the reasons outlined by scholars is economic competition from foreigners. Other contributing […]

MARY SLESSOR AND HER SOCIAL CRUSADE IN CALABAR, 1817-1915MARY SLESSOR AND HER SOCIAL CRUSADE IN CALABAR, 1817-1915

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the study In the days of old, most African communities/villages had a superstitious belief about almost everything, It was a taboo to give birth to twins, albinos, disfigured infants if any of these happened the village chief/king will give orders for them to be killed of left to die in […]