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G N G N 17 5 5 5 T S T E S T Nigeria E S E G N N 5 5 5 T T T p_am_nampnence TIMELINE pre- different ethnic groups (Yoruba, Fulani, Hausa & Igbo) populated colonial Nigeria 1914 unification as a British colony → religious conflicts christianization of labo & Yoruba by the British built schools & imposed their language on the population =>destruction of the social structure 19th century end of Britain controlled the whole territory 19th century north: "indirect rule": local chiefs maintained power South: "direct_rule" =>obvious differences: Hausa & Fulani kept social structures, while the Igbo & Yoruba didn't Oil was discovered in the south-east →Britain had a monopoly 1956 1960 full independence from groups, civil wars & military Masacre of labo because of 1966 the mass immigration to their "homeland" 1967 breakaway of the 1970 – civil war between labo region → own republic: "Biafra" Biafra & Nigeria → Biafra was reintegrated into Nigeria; no changes 2003 attack 2014 in the government over came the ethnic conflicts & differences islamic group Boko Haram Boko Haram kidnapped 276 teenage girls of the futuret Nigeria is expected to have one of the largest economies in the 21st century N N Hausa Fulani [* SE SW Yoruba Igbo ISSUES IN NIGERIA poor electricity supply • drug addiction • government Boor medical facilities radical groups like Boko want them to be educated corruption Britain → featured by hostility between the ethnic EFFECT OF THE BRITISH RULE ON NIGERIA • the British empire brought a new judical system introduced pieces of democracy decreased some of the tribal conflicts • Nigeria was dependent on Britain governments conflict between the North & the South Haram →...

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Kidnapping of school girls because they don't AUDRANATION OIL PRODUCTION IN THE NIGER DELTA started towards the end of British colonial rule Niger Delta: West Port Harcourt; size: 70,000km 47.000 a day are produced & transported through pipelines =>broken pipelines: spills ~3,000 oil spills between 1976-1991 polute water, air & land, damage the environment & rob local farmers & fishers of their livelihoods danger: pipelines can blow up fire, toxic gases & diseases consequences: hunger & poverty, poisoned water, death of fish clean up would take. 30 years illegal activities: oil is & 1bio $ bought from children & then sold police is bribed & does not do anything against it THE MOSOP ~="Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni people nonviolent campaign fighting against environmental degration focuse on shell biggest achievement: Shell stopped to operate in ogoni areas in IMPORTANCE FOR NIGERIA'S ECONOMY •major factor for the Nigerian economy • offers about 65,000 direct jobs & 250,000 in related industries 2.5mio. barrels are produced each day, but 250,000 barrels are also stolen each day 100 bio. $ are earned each year, but poverty is still an issue wwwmmenig DEFINITION A colonisation happens when a state (colony) becomes dependent of another state (colonisers), which rules the colony, imposes education, religion and culture on the colony and uses the colony's ressources and inhabitants to improve their economy, etc.. They colonise a country because they feel superior. NIGERIA DURING THE COLONIAL ERA 1861 beginning of the colonisation annexation of Lagos as a British_colony 1884- Britain Secured their right to free navigation on a large river profitable trade 1885 1904 1914 1947- 1959 1960 Britain controlled the whole territory (divided into the colony Lagos & 2 pro- tectorates of North & South Nigeria) the South & North Nigeria wanted protectorates were combined → poor Muslim North help from the Middle East & Muslim world; contrast to the South, world; there were protests against the which was influenced British by the Western for self-governance rule & a fight series of conferences to negotiate the transition to independence; religious & ethnic differences became apparent Nigeria gained independence → constitutiotion with parliamentary government 1967 + Nigeria Became a federal republic & gained total independence CHMIDAD. REASONS & BEGINNING colonisers supported the labo ↳no national unity & conflicts, Igbo in the south felt discriminated against 1966 COL (= Putsch) of the Igbo countercoup of the Hausa & progroms DEVELOPMENT & END ~30.000 Igbo were killed → fled to their homeland 30.05.1967 Biafra was declared an independent republic • an embargo on food supply was imposed on them → 12.01.1970 Biafra had to capitulate & were reintegrated many Igbo lost their the Igbo are often hunger crisis bank account & still wait for an excuse & compensation unemployed because they're still discriminated against BOKO HARAM BASIC FACTS Boko Haram = "Western education is forbidden" believe that western/ modern education is sinful against scientific concepts, its association with Christian efforts to convert Mus- lims & education of girls & women because it endangers traditional patriarchal gen- der roles founded by Mohammed Yusuf in 2002 attacks on Christians: destroyed churches, massacred parishioners & kidnapped school girls It's hard to gain the upper hand against Boko Haram because there's no real rule of law in Nigeria. www.melom FACTS ABOUT EDUCATION IN NIGERIA • Nigeria has a young population, but there are no financial ressources or teachers for the public school System → private schools have smaller classes, more & better teachers & equipment • even though they're supposed to many children do not even attend primary school because of the lack of money & in terest many orphans & disabled children don't attend school, f.ex. because of discrimi- nation example of a project to encourage education: the Future Prowess School has students that are either the children of dead fighters from Boko Haram or their victims helps against stigmatisation & offers free psychotherapy

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G N G N 17 5 5 5 T S T E S T Nigeria E S E G N N 5 5 5 T T T p_am_nampnence TIMELINE pre- different ethnic groups (Yoruba, Fulani, Hausa & Igbo) populated colonial Nigeria 1914 unification as a British colony → religious conflicts christianization of labo & Yoruba by the British built schools & imposed their language on the population =>destruction of the social structure 19th century end of Britain controlled the whole territory 19th century north: "indirect rule": local chiefs maintained power South: "direct_rule" =>obvious differences: Hausa & Fulani kept social structures, while the Igbo & Yoruba didn't Oil was discovered in the south-east →Britain had a monopoly 1956 1960 full independence from groups, civil wars & military Masacre of labo because of 1966 the mass immigration to their "homeland" 1967 breakaway of the 1970 – civil war between labo region → own republic: "Biafra" Biafra & Nigeria → Biafra was reintegrated into Nigeria; no changes 2003 attack 2014 in the government over came the ethnic conflicts & differences islamic group Boko Haram Boko Haram kidnapped 276 teenage girls of the futuret Nigeria is expected to have one of the largest economies in the 21st century N N Hausa Fulani [* SE SW Yoruba Igbo ISSUES IN NIGERIA poor electricity supply • drug addiction • government Boor medical facilities radical groups like Boko want them to be educated corruption Britain → featured by hostility between the ethnic EFFECT OF THE BRITISH RULE ON NIGERIA • the British empire brought a new judical system introduced pieces of democracy decreased some of the tribal conflicts • Nigeria was dependent on Britain governments conflict between the North & the South Haram →...

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Kidnapping of school girls because they don't AUDRANATION OIL PRODUCTION IN THE NIGER DELTA started towards the end of British colonial rule Niger Delta: West Port Harcourt; size: 70,000km 47.000 a day are produced & transported through pipelines =>broken pipelines: spills ~3,000 oil spills between 1976-1991 polute water, air & land, damage the environment & rob local farmers & fishers of their livelihoods danger: pipelines can blow up fire, toxic gases & diseases consequences: hunger & poverty, poisoned water, death of fish clean up would take. 30 years illegal activities: oil is & 1bio $ bought from children & then sold police is bribed & does not do anything against it THE MOSOP ~="Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni people nonviolent campaign fighting against environmental degration focuse on shell biggest achievement: Shell stopped to operate in ogoni areas in IMPORTANCE FOR NIGERIA'S ECONOMY •major factor for the Nigerian economy • offers about 65,000 direct jobs & 250,000 in related industries 2.5mio. barrels are produced each day, but 250,000 barrels are also stolen each day 100 bio. $ are earned each year, but poverty is still an issue wwwmmenig DEFINITION A colonisation happens when a state (colony) becomes dependent of another state (colonisers), which rules the colony, imposes education, religion and culture on the colony and uses the colony's ressources and inhabitants to improve their economy, etc.. They colonise a country because they feel superior. NIGERIA DURING THE COLONIAL ERA 1861 beginning of the colonisation annexation of Lagos as a British_colony 1884- Britain Secured their right to free navigation on a large river profitable trade 1885 1904 1914 1947- 1959 1960 Britain controlled the whole territory (divided into the colony Lagos & 2 pro- tectorates of North & South Nigeria) the South & North Nigeria wanted protectorates were combined → poor Muslim North help from the Middle East & Muslim world; contrast to the South, world; there were protests against the which was influenced British by the Western for self-governance rule & a fight series of conferences to negotiate the transition to independence; religious & ethnic differences became apparent Nigeria gained independence → constitutiotion with parliamentary government 1967 + Nigeria Became a federal republic & gained total independence CHMIDAD. REASONS & BEGINNING colonisers supported the labo ↳no national unity & conflicts, Igbo in the south felt discriminated against 1966 COL (= Putsch) of the Igbo countercoup of the Hausa & progroms DEVELOPMENT & END ~30.000 Igbo were killed → fled to their homeland 30.05.1967 Biafra was declared an independent republic • an embargo on food supply was imposed on them → 12.01.1970 Biafra had to capitulate & were reintegrated many Igbo lost their the Igbo are often hunger crisis bank account & still wait for an excuse & compensation unemployed because they're still discriminated against BOKO HARAM BASIC FACTS Boko Haram = "Western education is forbidden" believe that western/ modern education is sinful against scientific concepts, its association with Christian efforts to convert Mus- lims & education of girls & women because it endangers traditional patriarchal gen- der roles founded by Mohammed Yusuf in 2002 attacks on Christians: destroyed churches, massacred parishioners & kidnapped school girls It's hard to gain the upper hand against Boko Haram because there's no real rule of law in Nigeria. www.melom FACTS ABOUT EDUCATION IN NIGERIA • Nigeria has a young population, but there are no financial ressources or teachers for the public school System → private schools have smaller classes, more & better teachers & equipment • even though they're supposed to many children do not even attend primary school because of the lack of money & in terest many orphans & disabled children don't attend school, f.ex. because of discrimi- nation example of a project to encourage education: the Future Prowess School has students that are either the children of dead fighters from Boko Haram or their victims helps against stigmatisation & offers free psychotherapy