Constitutional developments in Nigeria: an analytical study of Nigeria's constitution-making developments and the historical and political factors that affected constitutional change
University Press, 1964 - 314 pages
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Prewar Constitutional Background
Impact of the Second World War
forms and the Emergence of Tribal Nationalism
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Action Group Administration African Alhaji appointed Awolowo Azikiwe's British Cameroons Central Legislature centre Colonial Office Colonial Secretary Commission Committee Constitutional Conference Council of Ministers Debates delegation democracy Dr Azikiwe Eastern economic elected electoral Emirs Executive Council Federal Government Gold Coast Governor Governor-General Hausas House of Assembly House of Chiefs House of Representatives Ibadan Ibid independence issue Kano Lagos leaders Legislative Council London Lord Lugard Lyttelton Constitution Macpherson Constitution majority National nationalist Native Authorities NCNC Nigeria Constitution Nigerian government Nnamdi Northern House Northern Region organisation Parliament parliamentary Perham political parties Premier President Prime Minister proposals Provinces recommendations Regional Governments Regional House Regional Legislature Report self-government Southern territory tribal United unity unofficial vote West Africa Western House Western Region Yorubas