And the Winner Is… — 4 Comments

  1. Since 2002, the North East of the nation has found
    sectarian violence by Boko Haram, an Islamist movement that seeks to abolish the
    lay process of government and create Sharia law. Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan in May 2014 claimed that Boko Haram strikes have left at least 12,000 people dead and
    8,000 people crippled. Neighbouring nations, at once, Cameroon,
    Chad, Benin and Niger joined Nigeria in an united effort to battle Boko Haram
    in the consequences of a world media emphasized kidnapping of 276 schoolgirls and the spread of
    Boko Haram assaults to these states.

  2. Nigeria attained independence from the United Kingdom as a Commonwealth Realm on 1.
    Azikiwe became Nigeria’s maiden Governor General in 1960. The
    opposition comprised the relatively liberal Action Group (AG), that
    was mostly dominated by the Yoruba and directed by Obafemi Awolowo.
    The cultural and political differences between Nigeria’s dominant ethnic groups – the Hausa (‘Northerners’), Igbo (‘Easterners’) and Yoruba
    (‘Westerners’) – were sharp.

  3. An African country on the Gulf of Guinea, Nigeria, is known because of its natural landmarks and wildlife reserves.
    Safari destinations for example Yankari National Park showcase waterfalls, dense rainforest, savanna and infrequent primate habitats and Cross River National Park.
    One of its most recognizable sites is Zuma Rock, a
    725m- .

  4. Nigeria is regarded as an emerging market by the World Bank;It has also been identified
    as an emerging global power, and has been identified as a regional power on the
    African continent, a middle power in international affairs.

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