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 Nigeria Infrastructure
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one of the 10 best infrastructures worldwide
They have started to build a Road Sys

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Hey, ich hoffe meine Nigeria Lernzettel helfen euch und ihr könnt gut damit lernen :) Viel Glück! Infrastructure Religious Challenges (Boko Haram) Colonial History Stereotypes (+,-) Nigerian Dream

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Nigeria Infrastructure O O O O O دیا South North : 0 O O one of the 10 best infrastructures worldwide They have started to build a Road System duri the colonialism in the 20th century. HEALTHCARE SYSTEM Us poorly developed 0 1960 (after Independence. Nigeria : Nigeria counts many ports, airports and railways. Us especially for resources mining at the south As a follow of overuse, Nigeria's politics is not successful in rebuilding the destructed roads = big cities of Nigeria became major places and were connected with big roads. benefits of the developement of the infrastructure poorly developed 1,95 doctors for 1000 people leak of medical stuff and technologies / devices most of the people are too poor to go to a doctor. there is no statutory health insurance. The quality and power of the nigerian network is at the 135th place worldwide U but it's Quality (when it comes to losses and reliabilty is on the 13th place Religious challenges: The Boko Haram: western education is forbidden" (western = modern) ultra violent terrorist group Science, education for girls and being against patriarchal gender relations is seen as modern They believe that christians might try to convent Muslims They aim an islamistic state O 0 0 O LEADER Abukabar shekan O " : what do they do? ♥ attack christians / church members have been massacred. O Nigeria churches + christian schools have been destroyed O Teachers and students at christian schools were killed or abducted O It's tradition in Nigeria, that...

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woman fought and still fight against colonialism, racism, sexism and terrorism " Aisha the Queen Hunter" is one of the few woman in the Nigerian army sne fights the Boko Haram U> so it's sinful لا اله الا الله الله رسول محمد 0 Colonial history Lagos was invaded by British forces in 1851 and formally taken over in 1865 1901: Nigeria became a British protectorate The period of colonialism lasted until 1960, when an independence movement succeeded. 1963: Nigeria became a republic for the first time military rules 3 years later 1967: A separatist movement later formed the Republic of Biafra, leading to the Nigerian civil war that lasted 3 years 1979 Nigeria became a Republic again after a new constitution was written lly However, the republic was short-lived as the military took over the power again an ruled for another 4 years. A new republic was planned to be established in 1993, but was aborted by General Sani Abacha U> Abacha died in 1998. 167 In the following year an fourth republic was established which finally ended three decades of intermittet military rule O O O 0 0 O Stereotypes: positive ones : 0 0 Nigeria O = Nigerians are open-minded and quick to try new things They are generally hard-working people who are willing to go the extra mile for successful archievements They are regarded as very proud and happy people O O O she negative ones: A BENIN NIGERIA Lagos A TOGO CAMEROON They are poor and in need of charity They are all uneducated (no modern education) violent and criminal Of course these are just stereotypes that are made up by non -nigerian people, therefore they are not necessarily true! Nigerian Dream: The Nigerian Dream means to succeed against all odds and by any means necessary O 0 O O O 0 It implies breaking the law to get money because of the living conditions (especially north) making the most amount of money in a very short period of time no long-term strategy more than just satisfaction of basic needs. become rich materialistic things matter becoming better than your neighbour competitive) focus on the present We've got a house in Maitama Buy three more on Banana Island Been working hard since forever So we can finally ask; "Do you know who I am?" they fear the future because tomorrow is not always. Daddy don't come home on business trips He's busy with the Lagos 'big girls' Living it up And mama makes these appearances Don't want no one to notice the bruises and cuts... We're so sad But we're living the Nigerian dream We've been had But we look so happy or so it seems With hypocritical smiles Fake fake laughs We've reached the all time low... We're so sad Nigeria But we're living the Nigerian Dream... Go home for the holidays Gotta show everyone we've made it We are so stuck in our ways Don't even know the difference between love and hatred Oh but the kids are messed up... so messed up Let's just pretend that they're not stressed 'Cause "Nigerians don't get depressed" Gotta keep the appearance up "Hush! The neighbors might hear us".. We're so sad But we're living the Nigerian dream We've been had But we look so happy or so it seems With hypocritical smiles Fake fake laughs We've reached the all time low... We're so sad - But we're living the Nigerian Dream... Don't we look so happy with our fake smiles? Don't we look so pretty in the lies we've told? Pretending everything is alright But inside we're cold Don't we look so happy with our fake smiles? Don't we look so pretty in the lies we've told? Pretending everything is alright But inside we're cold... From this Nigerian Dream, I hope we wake up... Song " by Efe Oraka safe for them Nigerian Dream"

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 Nigeria Infrastructure
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O
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North :
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O
O
one of the 10 best infrastructures worldwide
They have started to build a Road Sys

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Vielen Dank, wirklich hilfreich für mich, da wir gerade genau das Thema in der Schule haben 😁

Hey, ich hoffe meine Nigeria Lernzettel helfen euch und ihr könnt gut damit lernen :) Viel Glück! Infrastructure Religious Challenges (Boko Haram) Colonial History Stereotypes (+,-) Nigerian Dream

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Nigeria Infrastructure O O O O O دیا South North : 0 O O one of the 10 best infrastructures worldwide They have started to build a Road System duri the colonialism in the 20th century. HEALTHCARE SYSTEM Us poorly developed 0 1960 (after Independence. Nigeria : Nigeria counts many ports, airports and railways. Us especially for resources mining at the south As a follow of overuse, Nigeria's politics is not successful in rebuilding the destructed roads = big cities of Nigeria became major places and were connected with big roads. benefits of the developement of the infrastructure poorly developed 1,95 doctors for 1000 people leak of medical stuff and technologies / devices most of the people are too poor to go to a doctor. there is no statutory health insurance. The quality and power of the nigerian network is at the 135th place worldwide U but it's Quality (when it comes to losses and reliabilty is on the 13th place Religious challenges: The Boko Haram: western education is forbidden" (western = modern) ultra violent terrorist group Science, education for girls and being against patriarchal gender relations is seen as modern They believe that christians might try to convent Muslims They aim an islamistic state O 0 0 O LEADER Abukabar shekan O " : what do they do? ♥ attack christians / church members have been massacred. O Nigeria churches + christian schools have been destroyed O Teachers and students at christian schools were killed or abducted O It's tradition in Nigeria, that...

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woman fought and still fight against colonialism, racism, sexism and terrorism " Aisha the Queen Hunter" is one of the few woman in the Nigerian army sne fights the Boko Haram U> so it's sinful لا اله الا الله الله رسول محمد 0 Colonial history Lagos was invaded by British forces in 1851 and formally taken over in 1865 1901: Nigeria became a British protectorate The period of colonialism lasted until 1960, when an independence movement succeeded. 1963: Nigeria became a republic for the first time military rules 3 years later 1967: A separatist movement later formed the Republic of Biafra, leading to the Nigerian civil war that lasted 3 years 1979 Nigeria became a Republic again after a new constitution was written lly However, the republic was short-lived as the military took over the power again an ruled for another 4 years. A new republic was planned to be established in 1993, but was aborted by General Sani Abacha U> Abacha died in 1998. 167 In the following year an fourth republic was established which finally ended three decades of intermittet military rule O O O 0 0 O Stereotypes: positive ones : 0 0 Nigeria O = Nigerians are open-minded and quick to try new things They are generally hard-working people who are willing to go the extra mile for successful archievements They are regarded as very proud and happy people O O O she negative ones: A BENIN NIGERIA Lagos A TOGO CAMEROON They are poor and in need of charity They are all uneducated (no modern education) violent and criminal Of course these are just stereotypes that are made up by non -nigerian people, therefore they are not necessarily true! Nigerian Dream: The Nigerian Dream means to succeed against all odds and by any means necessary O 0 O O O 0 It implies breaking the law to get money because of the living conditions (especially north) making the most amount of money in a very short period of time no long-term strategy more than just satisfaction of basic needs. become rich materialistic things matter becoming better than your neighbour competitive) focus on the present We've got a house in Maitama Buy three more on Banana Island Been working hard since forever So we can finally ask; "Do you know who I am?" they fear the future because tomorrow is not always. Daddy don't come home on business trips He's busy with the Lagos 'big girls' Living it up And mama makes these appearances Don't want no one to notice the bruises and cuts... We're so sad But we're living the Nigerian dream We've been had But we look so happy or so it seems With hypocritical smiles Fake fake laughs We've reached the all time low... We're so sad Nigeria But we're living the Nigerian Dream... Go home for the holidays Gotta show everyone we've made it We are so stuck in our ways Don't even know the difference between love and hatred Oh but the kids are messed up... so messed up Let's just pretend that they're not stressed 'Cause "Nigerians don't get depressed" Gotta keep the appearance up "Hush! The neighbors might hear us".. We're so sad But we're living the Nigerian dream We've been had But we look so happy or so it seems With hypocritical smiles Fake fake laughs We've reached the all time low... We're so sad - But we're living the Nigerian Dream... Don't we look so happy with our fake smiles? Don't we look so pretty in the lies we've told? Pretending everything is alright But inside we're cold Don't we look so happy with our fake smiles? Don't we look so pretty in the lies we've told? Pretending everything is alright But inside we're cold... From this Nigerian Dream, I hope we wake up... Song " by Efe Oraka safe for them Nigerian Dream"