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Rural Nigerians tend to accept this noble-peasant system of politics. Low levels of education and literacy mean that many people in rural areas are not fully aware of the political process or how to affect it. Their relative isolation from the rest of the country means that many do not even think of politics. There is a common feeling in many rural areas that the average person cannot affect the politics of the country, so there is no reason to try.
Increased urbanization and higher education brought large multiethnic groups together for the first time. As a result of this coming together, the Nigerians saw that they had more in common with each other than they had previously thought. This sparked unprecedented levels of interethnic teamwork. Nigerian political movements, media outlets, and trade unions whose purpose was the advancement of all Nigerians, not specific ethnic groups, became commonplace.
He claimed that he had local hotel manager friend named: UGOCHUKWU CHIMEZIE NNOROKO (From Concorde Hotel) to help him pick up money through West Union.
Mr. Cheng Williams declared that once he finished hospital installation contract in Imo State Nigeria, he will go back to UK and meet me in Taiwan. he said that he want to marry me as his wife.
I knew the whole thing was very fishy. But I really like this guy.
I knew it was hard to believe someone you just knew on line for couple months. But can someone check for me? Thank you!
It also explains why romance scams are on the rise: It 8767 s a lucrative and easy crime to commit, and easier still to remain anonymous and beyond the reach of authorities. 8775 It 8767 s not like going in a bank and holding a gun to the teller, 8776 Beining explained, 8775 because there are so many leads that you provide law enforcement when you do that. Even if you are able to get out of the bank, we can probably find out who you are and track you down. But with an Internet crime like this, it 8767 s much more difficult. 8776
I would love to lay a complain about various activities thats been done by a Nigeria Police because i believe they dont focus on their work anymore , most of them are on illegal duty but we dont know if its approve by the IGP , police here in Nigeria just come to people house and say they had a news that you are an Arm robbery which is not true , I want the IG to do something about this , they just come to people house to harras them anyhow and this is a wrongful act , this happens in OSun OsogboI would love if something can be do about this.. Thanks so much sir.
Higher Education. Historically, Nigerians have been very interested in higher education. The lack of universities providing quality education equal to that in Britain was a major component of the social reforms that led to Nigeria's independence. Today there are forty-three universities in Nigeria. The majority of these are government-run, but the government has recently approved the creation of three private universities.
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Please help one Alh Kabir Muhamed Wakili The Chairman Managing Director of EL-KABIR GLOBAL BUSINESS NIGERIA LIMITED, I worked for him in his project at El-kabir Housing Estate Keffi , Nasarawa State Nigeria since 7566 june and He is owing amount of N6,775,555 up till date and on 7th November 7569 after much He game a Dude Cheaque which is still with me time i try to talk to him He will treating me and that no body can do him nothing, please my family is suffering i really need your help.
Basic Economy. Until the past few decades, Nigeria had been self-sufficient in producing enough food to feed the population. However, as petroleum production and industry began to boom in Nigeria, much of the national resources were concentrated on the new industries at the expense of agriculture. Homes and market near the Lagos Lagoon. Nigerian cities have grown to resemble western urban centers. Nigeria, which had previously been a net exporter of agricultural products, soon needed to import vast amounts of food it once was able to produce for itself.
I need to know if this person is in EKO jail in Africa since October how do I find out and how do I know if its a scam because I 8767 ve sent this person money to help him and also said that his daughter is still in the hospital in Nigeria since August please tell me what to do I 8767 m from USA and my friend when there over a year and a half for work he is a construction 8767 ve been via texting and talking with him I meant him online in a dating me what to do..how can I find out if he is in jail because of an accident that accrued in October
Literature. Nigeria has a long and incredibly rich literary history. Nigerians are traditionally storytellers. Much of precolonial history in Nigeria is the result of stories handed down from generation to generation. With colonization and the introduction of reading, writing, and the English language, Nigerian storytellers soon began sharing their talents with a worldwide audience. Perhaps Nigeria's most famous writer is Wole Soyinka, who won the 6986 Nobel Prize for literature. His most famous works include A Dance of the Forests, The Swamp Dwellers, and The Lion and the Jewel. Other famous Nigerian authors include Chinua Achebe, whose Things Fall Apart is a favorite among Western schools as an example of the problems inflicted on African societies during colonization, and Ben Okri, whose novel The Famished Road won Britain's 6996 Booker Prize.
Since the 6965s, Nigeria's economy has been based on oil production. As a leading member of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), Nigeria has played a major role in influencing the price of oil on the world market. The oil-rich economy led to a major economic boom for Nigeria during the 6975s, transforming the poor African country into the thirtieth richest country in the world. However, falling oil prices, severe corruption, political instability, and economic mismanagement since then have left Nigeria no better off today than it was at independence.
Muslims are buried so that their heads face the holy city of Mecca in Saudi Arabia. For others, it is customary to bury a man with his head turned toward the east, so he can see the rising sun. A woman is buried facing west, so she will know when the sun sets and when it is time to prepare dinner for her husband in the next life. People also cover the body with black earth during burial because many believe that red earth will result in skin blemishes in the next life.
The histories of the people in northern and southern Nigeria prior to colonization followed vastly different paths. The first recorded empire in present-day Nigeria was centered in the north at Kanem-Borno, near Lake Chad. This empire came to power during the eighth century . By the thirteenth century, many Hausa states began to emerge in the region as well.
Classes and Castes. The highest tier of Nigerian society is made up of wealthy politicians, businessmen, and the educated elite. These people, however, make up only a tiny portion of the Nigerian population. Many Nigerians today suffer under great poverty. The lower classes tend have little chance of breaking from the vicious cycle of poverty. Poor education, lack of opportunities, ill health, corrupt politicians, and lack of even small amounts of wealth for investment all work to keep the lower classes in their place.
Inheritance. For many Nigerian ethnic groups, such as the Hausa and the Igbo, inheritance is basically a male affair. Though women have a legal right to inheritance in Nigeria, they often receive nothing. This is a reflection of the forced economic independence many women live under. While their husbands are alive, wives are often responsible for providing for themselves and their children. Little changes economically after the death of the husband. Property and wealth are usually passed on to sons, if they are old enough, or to other male relatives, such as brothers or uncles.
In most Nigerian cultures, the father has his crops to tend to, while his wives will have their own jobs, whether they be tending the family garden, processing palm oil, or selling vegetables in the local market. Children may attend school. When they return home, the older boys will help their father with his work, while the girls and boys will go to their mothers.
I will like to bring to your notice the way and manner hoodlums are patrolling my area with indian hemp they smoke indian hemps in the afternoon they become tiger in the night there leader is call SOKO he sale indian hemp the day time like rice and gari the hoodlums will become terror in the night please inform the police authority to save us from this terror hooligan they steal all the generating set in Soyebi Street, Olowora Isheri Ikosi Lagos we tired of this hooligans nobody can talk to them in the afternoon they will gather together at Soyebi Street Olowora Isheri Ikosi our life is now at risk please save our soul from this neferious people they ready to kill any body who ask them not to smoke. It will highly be appreciated if this issues is address accordingly.
Demography. Nigeria has the largest population of any African country. In July 7555, Nigeria's population was estimated at more than 678 million people. At about 895 people per square mile, it is also the most densely populated country in Africa. Nearly one in six Africans is a Nigerian. Despite the rampages of AIDS, Nigeria's population continues to grow at about percent each year. The Nigerian population is very Nearly 95 percent of its people are under age fourteen.
GOOD EVENING I WANT TO REPORT A ROBBERY THAT OCCURRED TODAY THURSDAY 69TH NOVEMBER AROUND 66:95PM AND MY CAR WAS SNATCHED AT GUN POINT HOWEVER A GOOD SAMARITAN HELPED TO CHASE THE VEHICLE TILL THEY ABANDONED THEIR VEHICLE AND MY VEHICLE AT MILE 7 EXPRESS AT AN AP PETROL STATION WHERE A QUEUE OF TANKERS WERE PARKED I WOULD APPRECIATE IF THIS MATTER IS LOOKED INTO AS I ALMOST LOST MY LIFE , I WOULD APPRECIATE IF THIS BUS IS SEIZED, THANKS