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nigerian history introduction land timeline capital: abuja in federal capital territory - dates from 1914 Where british Protectorates of northern & southern nigeria were joined - became independent on October 1st 1960 - adopted republican constitution in 1963 but elected to stay member of commonwealth - many different language Western coast of africa - bordered in north by niger, east by Chad and cameroon, west by benin and south by gulf of guinea - larger than texas africas most Populous country - 11th century: formation of territories i.e. hausa kingdom & boron dynasty 1472: Portuguese navigators reach coast 16th to 18th century: slave trade forcibly sends nigerians to america 1850s: british establish Presence around lagos 1861-1914: britain builds colonies and Protectorate of nigeria 1922: Part of cameroon is added to nigeria 1960: independence with prime minister sir abubakar tafawa balewa (coalition government) january 1966: minister killerspiel in coup > maj-gen johnson aguiyi-ironsi forms military government july 1966: ironsi killed in counter-coup, replaced by lieutenant-colonel yakubu gowon 1967: 3 eastern states secede as republic of biafra > Sparks 3 year civil war - 1995: ken saro-wiwa (writer and campaigner against oil industry damage to his homeland) executed > eu imposes sanctions until 1998: commonwealth suspends nigeria's membership til 1998 1999: new presidential elections (Olusegun Obasanjo) 2000: adoption of islamic sharia law >results in Clashes between islamic covernment and Christian OPPOSition (Clashes stay...

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over time, People die) 2006: militants in niger delta attack Pipelines and kidnap oil workers muslim government kingdoms and empires first, then colony of british empire lots of government changes and elections after independence fights and deaths by and between muslims and Christian's because of clashes between muslim government and Christian OPPOsition Wed 20. October https://www.britannica.com/place/nigeria https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-13951696 11th century 1472 16th to 18th century 1850S 1861-1914 1922 1960 january 1966 July 1966 1967 1995 1999 2000 2006 formation of territories i.e. hausa kingdom Portuguese navigators reach coast Slave trade forcibly sends nigerians to america british establish Presence around lagos britain builds colonies and Protectorate of nigeria Part of cameroon is added to nigeria independence with prime minister sir abubakar tafawa balewa (coalition government) minister killed in coup > maj-gen johnson aguiyi-ironsi forms military government ironsi killed in counter-coup, replaced by lieutenant-colonel yakubu gowon 3 eastern states secede as republic of biafra > Sparks 3 year civil war ken saro-wiwa (writer and campaigner against oil industry damage to his homeland) executed > eu imposes sanctions until 1998: commonwealth suspends nigeria's membership until 1998 new presidential elections (Olusegun Obasanjo) adoption of islamic sharia law militants in niger delta attack Pipelines and kidnap oil workers

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nigerian history introduction land timeline capital: abuja in federal capital territory - dates from 1914 Where british Protectorates of northern & southern nigeria were joined - became independent on October 1st 1960 - adopted republican constitution in 1963 but elected to stay member of commonwealth - many different language Western coast of africa - bordered in north by niger, east by Chad and cameroon, west by benin and south by gulf of guinea - larger than texas africas most Populous country - 11th century: formation of territories i.e. hausa kingdom & boron dynasty 1472: Portuguese navigators reach coast 16th to 18th century: slave trade forcibly sends nigerians to america 1850s: british establish Presence around lagos 1861-1914: britain builds colonies and Protectorate of nigeria 1922: Part of cameroon is added to nigeria 1960: independence with prime minister sir abubakar tafawa balewa (coalition government) january 1966: minister killerspiel in coup > maj-gen johnson aguiyi-ironsi forms military government july 1966: ironsi killed in counter-coup, replaced by lieutenant-colonel yakubu gowon 1967: 3 eastern states secede as republic of biafra > Sparks 3 year civil war - 1995: ken saro-wiwa (writer and campaigner against oil industry damage to his homeland) executed > eu imposes sanctions until 1998: commonwealth suspends nigeria's membership til 1998 1999: new presidential elections (Olusegun Obasanjo) 2000: adoption of islamic sharia law >results in Clashes between islamic covernment and Christian OPPOSition (Clashes stay...

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over time, People die) 2006: militants in niger delta attack Pipelines and kidnap oil workers muslim government kingdoms and empires first, then colony of british empire lots of government changes and elections after independence fights and deaths by and between muslims and Christian's because of clashes between muslim government and Christian OPPOsition Wed 20. October https://www.britannica.com/place/nigeria https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-13951696 11th century 1472 16th to 18th century 1850S 1861-1914 1922 1960 january 1966 July 1966 1967 1995 1999 2000 2006 formation of territories i.e. hausa kingdom Portuguese navigators reach coast Slave trade forcibly sends nigerians to america british establish Presence around lagos britain builds colonies and Protectorate of nigeria Part of cameroon is added to nigeria independence with prime minister sir abubakar tafawa balewa (coalition government) minister killed in coup > maj-gen johnson aguiyi-ironsi forms military government ironsi killed in counter-coup, replaced by lieutenant-colonel yakubu gowon 3 eastern states secede as republic of biafra > Sparks 3 year civil war ken saro-wiwa (writer and campaigner against oil industry damage to his homeland) executed > eu imposes sanctions until 1998: commonwealth suspends nigeria's membership until 1998 new presidential elections (Olusegun Obasanjo) adoption of islamic sharia law militants in niger delta attack Pipelines and kidnap oil workers