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In the beginning, the Berlin Conference (1885-1886) was held to settle the disputes among Britain, Portugal, Spain, France, Belgium and Germany that were scrambling for colonial territories in Africa.
During the conference, it was confirmed that Britain had to colonize Nigeria. The Nigerians at the beginning fought the British.
After many years of wars, the British won the fight and brought the Nigerians under their subjugation and tutelage.
The British imposed their own system of government and their own laws. They began to change the Nigerian systems and values, and forced the Nigerians to adopt the British systems and values.
It is in this lucid manner that this book will teach you British colonial administration in Nigeria.
It clearly explains the principles of colonial administration in Nigeria like the Crown Colony and the Protectorate.
It analyzes the policy of indirect rule. It explains the reasons for introducing the policy of indirect rule in Nigeria.
It appraises the success of indirect rule in the Northern Nigeria.
It evaluates the partial success of indirect rule in the Western Nigeria.
It examines the failure of indirect rule in the Eastern Nigeria.
It discusses the reasons why the educated elite criticized the policy of indirect rule.
It throws light on the merits and demerits of using the policy of indirect rule.
It sheds light on the good and bad sides of the British colonial administration in Nigeria.
It discusses nationalism. It analyzes the factors that led to the rise and growth of nationalism.
And it explores the nationalist movements and highlights how Nigeria obtained independence from Britain.