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e.g. the extensive Benue-Congo subgroup, which includes Tiv, Jukun, Edo, Igbo, Igala, Idoma, Nupe, Gwari, Yoruba, and several languages of the Cross River basin such as Efik, Ibibio, Anang, and Ekoi further subdivided into nine major branches represented in Nigeria principally by Kanuri although speakers of Bagirmi and Zerma are also present in the country most widely spoken language Niger-Congo Nilo-Saharan Afro-Asiatic much larger linguistic group and comprises Hausa, Margi, and Bade, among others majority of Nigerian Muslims are either non-denominational Muslims or Sunni concentrated in mostly the northern region of the country with some Christian population largest Muslim population in sub-Saharan Africa Religious freedom is guaranteed by the constitution Hausa was an official language of the northern states from 1951 to 1967 classified into three broad linguistic groups Hundreds of languages are spoken English is the official language of Nigeria Muslims and Christians live and work together one of the largest in Africa traditional religion quite similar to polytheism languages Islam since the late 1960s based primarily on the petroleum industry world oil price increases from 1973 produced rapid economic growth in transportation, construction, manufacturing, and government services religion Nigeria Christians dominate in the south with some Muslim population economy adherents of Christianity geography politics since the late 1970s agricultural sector in continuing crisis because of the fluctuating world oil market and country's rapid population growth entered recession in 2016, partly because of falling global oil prices, but saw progress with recovery within the next couple of years Most Nigerian Christians are Protestant though about a quarter are Catholic country located on the western coast of Africa national...

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capital is Abuja, in the Federal Capital Territory Lagos (former capital) standing as country's leading commercial and industrial city divided into 36 states bordered to the north by Niger, to the east by Chad and Cameroon, to the south by the Gulf of Guinea of the Atlantic Ocean, and to the west by Benin became independent on October 1, 1960 Africa's most populous country The Action Group (AG) and the Northern People's Congress (NPC) were the major Nigerian parties when the country became independent in 1960 in 1963 adopted a republican constitution but elected to stay a member of the Commonwealth constitution grants all citizens at least 18 years of age the right to vote Political parties allowed briefly in 1993 Women have participated in government since colonial period (especially in the south) AG ->the west, NPC -> north, and the National Council for Nigeria and the Cameroons -> east starting 1998 only parties with national rather than regional representation were legal, such as the newly PDP, the Alliance for Democracy, and the All Nigeria People's Party many other parties have been created, most notably APC, APGA, and Labour Party political strength rooted in the precolonial traditions among particular ethnic groups (Igbo gave power to correct excessive male behaviour)

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e.g. the extensive Benue-Congo subgroup, which includes Tiv, Jukun, Edo, Igbo, Igala, Idoma, Nupe, Gwari, Yoruba, and several languages of the Cross River basin such as Efik, Ibibio, Anang, and Ekoi further subdivided into nine major branches represented in Nigeria principally by Kanuri although speakers of Bagirmi and Zerma are also present in the country most widely spoken language Niger-Congo Nilo-Saharan Afro-Asiatic much larger linguistic group and comprises Hausa, Margi, and Bade, among others majority of Nigerian Muslims are either non-denominational Muslims or Sunni concentrated in mostly the northern region of the country with some Christian population largest Muslim population in sub-Saharan Africa Religious freedom is guaranteed by the constitution Hausa was an official language of the northern states from 1951 to 1967 classified into three broad linguistic groups Hundreds of languages are spoken English is the official language of Nigeria Muslims and Christians live and work together one of the largest in Africa traditional religion quite similar to polytheism languages Islam since the late 1960s based primarily on the petroleum industry world oil price increases from 1973 produced rapid economic growth in transportation, construction, manufacturing, and government services religion Nigeria Christians dominate in the south with some Muslim population economy adherents of Christianity geography politics since the late 1970s agricultural sector in continuing crisis because of the fluctuating world oil market and country's rapid population growth entered recession in 2016, partly because of falling global oil prices, but saw progress with recovery within the next couple of years Most Nigerian Christians are Protestant though about a quarter are Catholic country located on the western coast of Africa national...

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capital is Abuja, in the Federal Capital Territory Lagos (former capital) standing as country's leading commercial and industrial city divided into 36 states bordered to the north by Niger, to the east by Chad and Cameroon, to the south by the Gulf of Guinea of the Atlantic Ocean, and to the west by Benin became independent on October 1, 1960 Africa's most populous country The Action Group (AG) and the Northern People's Congress (NPC) were the major Nigerian parties when the country became independent in 1960 in 1963 adopted a republican constitution but elected to stay a member of the Commonwealth constitution grants all citizens at least 18 years of age the right to vote Political parties allowed briefly in 1993 Women have participated in government since colonial period (especially in the south) AG ->the west, NPC -> north, and the National Council for Nigeria and the Cameroons -> east starting 1998 only parties with national rather than regional representation were legal, such as the newly PDP, the Alliance for Democracy, and the All Nigeria People's Party many other parties have been created, most notably APC, APGA, and Labour Party political strength rooted in the precolonial traditions among particular ethnic groups (Igbo gave power to correct excessive male behaviour)