The Clifford constitution of 1922 -The history and development of the Nigerian constitution council of 1914

The history and development of constitution in Nigeria Lord lugard who associated with the political history of amalgamation the north and southern protectorates of Nigeria and who became the first governor of the amalgamated territory of what we come to know as Nigeria today ruled the country without any constitution in the real sense of…

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second FESTAC on Africa and the black world-The impact Limitation and effect

The second FESTAC has made both temporary and permanently impact on Nigeria, Africa, the black world and the world in general. The impact could be summarized in to social, economic and political. Social and culture impact the second FESTAC constitutes a forum for discussing problems common to blacks and African in particular, black and African…

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Richards constitution of 1946-The features merit and demerit

The criticisms that surrendered the Clifford constitution of 1922 led to the introduction of the Richards constitution of 1946.The major aims of the constitution were: To promote national unity  To promote diversity within-in order words to cater for the social and political difference within the unity in the country.  To allow for greater participation for…

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criticism of Clifford constitution of 1922-The features advantage and disadvantages

Criticism of Clifford constitution of 1922 Despite the fact that the sir Clifford constitution was the first written constitution Nigeria ever had, and not with standing the fact that it gave a voting right to at least some Nigerian for the first time, some constitutional analysts have criticized the constitution on the following ground. The…

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MacPherson constitution of 1951, major provision and The defect

Sir John Macpherson arrived in 1948 and expressed the determination to address the political problems created by his predecessor’s constitution. He set out to collect peoples view and opinion by organizing meeting and conferences both at provincial and regional levels. Following this, a constitution drafting committee made up of 3 regional representatives, one representative if…

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