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Though there is archaeological evidence that societies have been living in Nigeria for more than twenty-five hundred years, the borders of modern Nigeria were not created until the British consolidated their colonial power over the area in The name Nigeria was suggested by British journalist Flora Shaw in the s. She referred to the area as Nigeria, after the Niger River, which dominates much of the country’s landscape. The word niger is Latin for black.

More than ethnic tribes call present-day Nigeria home. The three largest and most dominant ethnic groups are the Hausa, Yoruba, and Igbo pronounced ee-bo.

Jos, the capital of Nigeria’s North-Central Plateau State, is located in the middle belt. The middle belt has areas on each side of it comprised of distinct, majority religious identities.

Ten percent of the country follows indigenous sects, constituting over million people, and close to ethnic groups speak languages. The country is also divided along economic lines. As of February , CFR recorded poverty levels at 72 percent in the north, starkly contrasting the 27 percent in the south and 35 percent in the Niger Delta. These divisions and inequalities, and the existence of vulnerable peoples, alongside ongoing battles against insurgent groups and high levels of corruption , have contributed to the current security crisis in Nigeria.

Human Rights Watch HRW and the CFR Nigeria Security Tracker purport that over 25, people have been killed in the country since , and events since the start of have reached unprecedented levels. The middle belt has areas on each side of it comprised of distinct, majority religious identities.

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A driver who abducted his boss after he sacked him has been arrested alongside his gang members after they collected N9million ransom. According to Daily Sun report, the gang, which had been terrorising residents of Rivers and Bayelsa states, were said to have collected a N9 million as ransom from relatives of Chief Adoki, who is also the Chairman and Chief Executive of Menakeb Limited for his release after 21 days in captivity in the Creeks of Akuku-Toru, in Rivers state.

Those arrested were Justice Timothy, 22, who is the leader of the gang, Akpos Livinus, 33, Daniel Allen, 27, Kelvin Alpheus, 30, David Abak, 29 and Tekena Silva, 26, said to be a sacked employer of the Chief who allegedly arranged the kidnap. IRT sources, in Abuja, that the well-planned kidnap and killing took place December 15, , on Victoria Street, Port Harcourt after which they took their victim to the creeks.

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It is the twelfth largest state in Nigeria, and gets its name from the Jos Plateau. It is in the central region of Nigeria and its capital is Jos. The State is situated almost in the middle of the country. It is flanked in the east by Taraba State and in the west by Nassarawa state. With an area of 26, square kilometres, the State has an estimated population of about three million people.

The state is named after the picturesque Jos Plateau, a mountainous area in the north of the state with captivating rock formations. The original name of the state capital, Jos, was actually “Gwosh” but it was wrongly pronounced as ‘Jos’ by the Hausa who settled on the site and turned it into a trading centre. The British began to exert colonial control of Nigeria in the early 20th century. At that time, much of Plateau State was part of Bauchi Province. The border changed several times in subsequent years as the government sought not to split ethnic groups.

At this time Nigeria had twelve states. People Plateau State is said to be a miniature Nigeria primarily because nearly all the ethnic groups of Nigeria are present there. There are more than 50 ethnic groups in Plateau state. Its unique geographical features and numerous ethnic groups make it a mosaic of socio-cultural activities in Nigeria.

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In the s, the Ibadan-Lagos expressway generated the greatest urban sprawl east and north of the city , followed by the Eleiyele expressway west of the city. Since then, Ibadan city has spread further into the neighbouring local government areas of Akinyele and Egbeda in particular. Religion[ edit ] Islam and Christianity are the dominant religions practiced in Ibadan with the overwhelming majority of the core Ibadan City Center inhabitants being Muslims.

Christianity is also spread all across this core city to the suburbs. Next to the Olubadan’s palace is the gigantic mosque where the Chief Imam holds his Friday jumu’ah service sermons.

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Nigeria Table of Contents Throughout Africa societies that had been predominantly rural for most of their history were experiencing a rapid and profound reorientation of their social and economic lives toward cities and urbanism. As ever greater numbers of people moved to a small number of rapidly expanding cities or, as was often the case, a single main city , the fabric of life in both urban and rural areas changed in massive, often unforeseen ways.

With the largest and one of the most rapidly growing cities in sub-Saharan Africa, Nigeria has experienced the phenomenon of urbanization as thoroughly as any African nation, but its experience has also been unique–in scale, in pervasiveness, and in historical antecedents. Modern urbanization in most African countries has been dominated by the growth of a single primate city, the political and commercial center of the nation; its emergence was, more often than not, linked to the shaping of the country during the colonial era.

In countries with a coastline, this was often a coastal port, and in Nigeria, Lagos fitted well into this pattern. Unlike most other nations, however, Nigeria had not just one or two but several other cities of major size and importance, a number of which were larger than most other national capitals in Africa. In two areas, the Yoruba region in the southwest and the Hausa-Fulani and Kanuri areas of the north, there were numbers of cities with historical roots stretching back considerably before the advent of British colonizers, giving them distinctive physical and cultural identities.

Moreover, in areas such as the Igbo region in the southeast, which had few urban centers before the colonial period and was not highly urbanized even at independence, there has been a massive growth of newer cities since the s, so that these areas in were also highly urban.

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Nigeria History Much has been said and written about Nigeria, her people and culture, economy and politics, that sheds light on the tremendous potential of this African Giant. However, little is known to the outside world about the many exciting tourist attractions available in Nigeria: Historic sites nestled amid rivers and rain forests, breathtaking mountain vistas, remote creek villages, miles of pristine beaches and exotic national wildlife reserves.

There are also museums, festivals, music and dance, a rich cultural melange right down to everyday traditional markets. These are just some of the spectacular sights and sensual delights awaiting the traveler to Nigeria. Nigeria has the largest population of any country in Africa about million , and the greatest diversity of cultures, ways of life, cities and terrain.

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Island[ edit ] The Island is a loose geographical term that is used to define the area of Lagos which is separated from the “mainland” by the main channel draining the lagoon into the Atlantic Ocean, which forms Lagos Harbour. The Island is mainly a collection of islands that are separated from each other by creeks of varying sizes and are connected together by bridges.

The smaller sections of some creeks have been dredged and built over. This part of Lagos is the area where most business activities and entertainment events in Lagos takes place. It also houses most of the upscale residential areas in Lagos. The Local Government areas which are considered to be in the Island include: The major upscale island neighbourhoods within these LGAs include: Ikoyi and Victoria Island. Three major bridges join the island to the mainland. The island also contains many of the city’s largest wholesale marketplaces such as the popular Idumota and Balogun Markets.

It borders around the idumota and Balogun markets and houses major Banking institutions. Though formerly in a derelict condition, Lagos Island’s Tinubu Square is a site of historical importance; it was here that the Amalgamation Ceremony that unified the North and South protectorate to form Nigeria took place in Ikoyi Ikoyi is situated on the eastern half of Lagos Island and joined to it by a land fill.

The complex today is on reestablishment.

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Nok sculpture, terracotta The Nok civilisation of Northern Nigeria flourished between BC and AD , producing life-sized terracotta figures that are some of the earliest known sculptures in Sub-Saharan Africa. The Kingdom of Nri of the Igbo people consolidated in the 10th century and continued until it lost its sovereignty to the British in Nri and Aguleri , where the Igbo creation myth originates, are in the territory of the Umeuri clan.

Members of the clan trace their lineages back to the patriarchal king-figure Eri. The oldest signs of human settlement at Ife’s current site date back to the 9th century, [37] and its material culture includes terracotta and bronze figures. Middle Ages — Further information:

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Early life[ edit ] The sixth child of former Anambra governor Christian Onoh , and his wife Carol, Odumegwu-Ojukwu was educated in Enugu and Yorkshire , but spent most of her childhood in rural Ngwo. She attended boarding school at Ackworth School, Pontefract ,St. She soon began a combined honours degree in Politics, Economics and Law at the University of Buckingham , but transferred to the University of Nigeria, Nsukka as her father, who was a lawyer, wanted his children to join his firm in Nigeria and insisted she concentrated solely on Law.

Following her graduation she attended the Nigerian Law School which eventually led to her call to the bar. Prior to her emergence as the National beauty Queen, she had won the Miss Martini contest whilst at college in Cambridge. Having obtained her law degree, she married the former Biafran president in a lavish wedding ceremony at Nigeria’s capital city, Abuja In , following the death of her husband, his will, which left most of his assets to her, generated a great deal of controversy and disaffection among several family members.

Odumegwu-Ojukwu has appealed to her critics to allow Ikemba Odumegwu-Ojukwu to “rest in peace”, describing him as a man of honour and integrity whose legacy should not be obscured by rancor over inheritance issues and stating that the will was drafted in , registered and placed in the custody of the State Probate Registry with the legal witnesses and executors who were present at the time it was prepared, still living.

She also established the non-government organisation Hope House Trust, centred towards rehabilitating juvenile offenders in Enugu. Personal life[ edit ] Bianca Odumegwu-Ojukwu was married to the Ikemba until his death in ; the couple had three children together. Bianca Odumegwu- Ojukwu holds many traditional titles in her native land as well as the highest chieftaincy title conferred on women in her region.

Of her marriage, she admits that while she was happy to be married to him, she would not encourage her daughter to marry the same way.

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The first of course is what area of the world you are considering pursing a bride from? There are cultural differences between say Eastern European lady and an Asian woman, but you should avoid falling into the trap of stereotyping foreign brides, because this can fatally poison your relationship before it ever starts. The foreign women who sign up for international dating agencies are individuals and you should never forget that fact. You can find a Russian woman who is totally submissive and there are Filipina’s who are pushy type A women.

Plateau State is one of the 36 states of Nigeria. It is the twelfth largest state in Nigeria, and gets its name from the Jos Plateau. It is in the central region of Nigeria and its capital is Jos.

Courtesy Peter Breunig In , British archaeologist Bernard Fagg received a visitor in the central Nigerian town of Jos, where he had spent the previous few years gathering and classifying ancient artifacts found on a rugged plateau. The visitor carried a terracotta head that, he said, had been perched atop a scarecrow in a nearby yam field. The piece resembled a terracotta monkey head he had seen a few years earlier, and neither piece matched the artifacts of any known ancient African civilization.

Fagg, a man of boundless curiosity and energy, traveled across central Nigeria looking for similar artifacts. As he recounted later, Fagg discovered local people had been finding terracottas in odd places for years—buried under a hockey field, perched on a rocky hilltop, protruding from piles of gravel released by power-hoses in tin mining. He set up shop in a whitewashed cottage that still stands outside the village of Nok and soon gathered nearly terracottas through purchase, persuasion, and his own excavations.

Soil analysis from the spots where the artifacts were found dated them to around B. This seemed impossible since the type of complex societies that would have produced such works were not supposed to have existed in West Africa that early. But when Fagg subjected plant matter found embedded in the terracotta to the then-new technique of radiocarbon dating, the dates ranged from B.

He later dated the scarecrow head—now called the Jemaa Head after the village where it was found—to about B. Through a combination of luck, legwork, and new dating techniques, Fagg and his collaborators had apparently discovered a hitherto unknown civilization, which he named Nok.

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Introduction In April , the Nigerian registered freighter the MV Etireno had set out from Cotonou, Benin republic, Just before Easter and was reported to have children heading into slave labour1. The children, according to press reports, were being sold into the labour markets of West Africa, mostly into child domestic service but also into other work on cocoa and cotton farms.

Since the freighter was at sea, there was no way to verify the story.

The Federal Republic of Nigeria, commonly referred to as Nigeria (/ n aɪ ˈ dʒ ɪər i ə / ()), is a federal republic in West Africa, bordering Niger in the north, Chad in the northeast, Cameroon in the southeast, and Benin in the west. Its coast in the south is located on the Gulf of Guinea in the Atlantic federation comprises 36 states and 1 Federal Capital Territory, where the.

Nok sculpture, terracotta The Nok civilisation of Northern Nigeria flourished between BC and AD , producing life-sized terracotta figures that are some of the earliest known sculptures in Sub-Saharan Africa. The Kingdom of Nri of the Igbo people consolidated in the 10th century and continued until it lost its sovereignty to the British in Nri and Aguleri , where the Igbo creation myth originates, are in the territory of the Umeuri clan.

Members of the clan trace their lineages back to the patriarchal king-figure Eri. The oldest signs of human settlement at Ife’s current site date back to the 9th century, [36] and its material culture includes terracotta and bronze figures. Middle Ages — Further information: History of Nigeria — Oyo, at its territorial zenith in the late 17th to early 18th centuries, extended its influence from western Nigeria to modern-day Togo. The Edo’s Benin Empire is located in southwestern Nigeria.

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