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Annual departmental reports relating to Nigeria and British Cameroons

Annual departmental reports relating to Nigeria and British Cameroons

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Published by E.P. Microform Ltd in Wakefield .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by D.C. Dorward.
ContributionsDorward, D. C.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14153914M

  Chad, and Cameroon. Nigeria now has one of the largest displaced populations in the world—an estimated two million people—most of whom have fled Boko Haram-related violence. In late , the State Department designated Boko Haram and a splinter group, Ansaru, as Foreign Terrorist Organizations (FTOs).3 Boko Haram’s pledge of. After , the process accelerated. As the British prepared to grant independence to Nigeria by October , leading politicians in British Cameroons had to make some tough choices. The British decision to administer British Cameroons as an integral part of Nigeria had led to large-scale and widespread political contestations and disagreements.

British Cameroons. The area under British mandate cov 7 5osq.m., with a pop. () of Europeans and , natives. It includes in the far north the Dikwa emirate (pop. ,), the part of Bornu which was in German occupation, and has been re-attached to the ancient state of Bornu, now the Bornu province of Nigeria. The Baháʼí Faith in Cameroon was established when the country was separated into two colonies - British and French first Baháʼí in Cameroon was Enoch Olinga, who had left his homeland of Uganda to bring the religion to British Cameroon in Meherangiz Munsiff, a young Indian woman who had moved from Britain, arrived in French Cameroon April - both Olinga and .

  Besides these, were the British documents relating to Nigeria and the British Cameroon. The guide also contains documents produced by the League of Nations and the United Nations on the British Cameroon. It has entries and there is an index mainly to subjects at the end of the bibliography.   The Southern Cameroonians in Nigeria (SCINGA) says that no fewer than 2 million Nigerians are at risk of losing their lives, businesses and property if violence breaks out in Southern Cameroons.


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Annual departmental reports relating to Nigeria and the British Cameroons, Any ethnic group within an existing Region can join a neighbouring Region if the majority of such ethnic group desire it and provided that the Region which it seeks to join is willing to accept it.

Columbia University Libraries’ has just acquired a searchable online version of the British Colonial Office’s “Annual Departmental Reports Relating to Nigeria and the British Cameroons, ”. As part of their series “British Online Archives”, Microform Academic Publishers is making available a digitized version of the microfilmed administrative records on colonial Nigeria.

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British Cameroon or British Cameroons was a British Mandate territory in British West Africa, formed of Northern Cameroons and SouthernNorthern Cameroons forms parts of the Borno, Adamawa, and Taraba states of Nigeria, and the self-declared independent state of Southern Cameroons was renamed Ambazonia, the latter considered internationally to be part of l: Buea.

Annual departmental reports relating to Nigeria and the British Cameroons, This collection contains annual reports compiled by successive British colonial. Annual departmental reports relating to Kenya and the East Africa High Commission, / Microfilm reels Printed guide: Firestone Microforms DTA This collection comprises reports of departments of the British administration in East Africa and Kenya, and annual reports of the East Africa High Commission post French Cameroon became independent in as the Republic of Cameroon.

The following year the southern portion of neighboring British Cameroon voted to merge with the new country to form the Federal Republic of Cameroon. Ina new constitution replaced the federation with a unitary state, the United Republic of Cameroon. HIV/AIDS. to the top. Adult HIV prevalence (%) People of all ages living with HIV (thousands)estimate.

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From inside the book. What Biya Britain British Cameroons Buea called Cameroonians chiefs colonial administration colonial authorities Conference Constitution Council created death decided Duala East Eastern economic effect elections especially established European Federal forced foreign formed founded France French Cameroon gave German.

Nigeria was formed from three separate colonies and the arrangement of these books of statistics reflects this.

The statistics for Lagos, at the front of this group of documents, run from until Lagos became a part of Southern Nigeria from until and the records for Southern Nigeria follow those for Lagos.

The southern part of the British territory joined the Federal Republic of Cameroon, while the northern part, ethnically united with the Hausa-city states, joined Nigeria. InCameroon came under single-party rule.

It was renamed the United Republic of Cameroon in and the Republic of Cameroon. French Cameroon achieved independence in as the Republic of Cameroon. The following year, the largely Muslim northern two-thirds of British Cameroon voted to join Nigeria; the largely Christian southern third voted to join with the Republic of Cameroon to form the Federal Republic of Cameroon.

ZZZ - Nigeria/Cameroon: The Bakassi Movement for Self-Determination (BAMOSD), including its president and other high-ranking officials from to ; its mission and methods of action; whether it has ties to violent organizations or whether it is directly involved in violent acts; the main events in which it participated from to.

Cameroon - Cameroon - Cameroon under Biya: On November 4,Ahidjo resigned and was succeeded by Prime Minister Paul Biya under the constitution; however, Ahidjo remained head of the UNC, the sole political party. Despite Ahidjo’s resignation, he still had expectations of retaining control over the government—intentions that did not sit well with Biya.

I hope my book, Another Man's War, will shatter some of the prejudices around Nigeria, and make readers think about Britain's imperial legacy in a new way. Cunliffe-Jones is a British. Unilever Nigeria Annual Report pdf UTC Annual Report pdf UTC Annual Report pdf Wema Bank Annual Report pdf Wema Bank Annual Report pdf Buy My Book at Promo Price.

Freebie. Subscribe and get a freebie. Search This Blog. Value-packed Downloads. Nigeria - Cameroon Border (Yola to the sea) - forwards copy of an agreement between HARRAGIN REPORT On the Civil Services of British West Africa (), NsuNSUDIV Special List of General Reports (Administrative and Departmental) in the National Archives, Enugu Lands and Boundaries.

This is an incomplete list of newspapers published in Cameroon This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You. Ekiti State, Nigeria. Olayinka Olabinpe OJO Department of General Studies School of Education College of Education Ikere – Ekiti, Ekiti State Nigeria.

Abstract The object of this paper is an examination of Nigeria – Cameroon border relations with special emphasis on the areas of conflict and co-operation from –.

A British parliamentary publication, Report on the British Sphere of the Cameroons (Mayp. ), reported that the German plantations there were "as a whole wonderful examples of industry, based on solid scientific knowledge.

The natives have been taught discipline and have come to realize what can be achieved by industry.Ambazonia, also known as Amba Land, is a proto-state in the territory also known as Southernthe Southern Cameroons Ambazonia Consortium United Front (SCACUF) declared Ambazonia to be an independent nation, while the Cameroonian government stated that the declaration has no legal weight.

Violence and war ensued to the declaration and this is known as the .Other articles where National Council of Nigeria and the Cameroons is discussed: Nnamdi Azikiwe: as a founder of the National Council of Nigeria and the Cameroons (NCNC), which became increasingly identified with the Igbo people of southern Nigeria after Inwith the backing of the NCNC, Azikiwe was elected to the Nigerian Legislative Council, and he later served as premier of the.