SS 3 Government (1st Term)

Government (Secondary School)

INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION (O.A.U)

ORGANS OF O.A.U Assembly of Heads of States and Government The Council of Ministers The General Secretariat The Commission for Mediation, Conciliation and Arbitration   The Assembly of Heads of States and Government: The Assembly of heads of states and government is the supreme and most powerful organ of the organization. It is the highest […]

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INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION (O.A.U)

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE OF O.A.U The Organization of African Unity (O.A.U.) was formed on the May 25th, 1963 in Addis Ababa Ethiopia and has its headquarters there. The organization came into existence after a long debate as to how the continent of Africa should be reorganized and strengthened so that their independence could be attained and

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NON-ALIGNMENT

PROBLEMS OF NON-ALIGNMENT No Charter : Non-align movement have not enjoyed the respect an organization of its standard and status deserves because it has no charter, permanent executive body, Secretary General and other institutions of a well established international body. No Military set up: As a result of its military and economic importance, Non-aligned movement

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NON-ALIGNMENT

ORIGIN OF NON-ALIGNMENT The first statement on non-alignment was made by late Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. He made the statement on September 2, 1946 in a radio broadcast. Non-Alignment is an international movement formed by different countries and mostly Third World countries in Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, Asia, Europe and so on. According

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FOREIGN POLICY

HOW NIGERIA HAS DEMONSTRATED THAT AFRICA IS THE CENTRE PIECE OF HER FOREIGN POLICY IMPLEMENTATION Anti-racism and Anti-colonialism: Nigeria has shown that Africa is the centre piece of her foreign policy by ensuring total eradication of colonialism in any part of Africa. For example, the support for the M.P.L.A, this led to the liberation of

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NIGERIA AND THE WORLD

FACTORS THAT CAN AFFECT NIGERIA’S FOREIGN POLICY Geographical location of Nigeria is one of the factors that affect the formulation and implementation of foreign policy. The geographical size of Nigeria as the largest coupled with its population, natural resources etc imposes leadership roles on the country. Demographic Factor: Demography means the population of the country.

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NIGERIA AND THE WORLD

INTERDEPENDENCE OF NATIONS The world has become mutually interdependence as a result of mainly evolution in the areas of transportation and communication. No nation is an island, it becomes imperative that the nations of the world should come together and derive more benefits from one another. It is in the bid to come together to

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LOCAL ADMINISTRATION IN NIGERIA

STRUCTURE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT The structure of Nigerian local government has continued to change due to differences in the constitutional reforms that guide its operations. In the aborted third republic, the Babangida local government reforms made provision for the  Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary, Director of Personnel Management and Supervisory appointees. The Director of Personnel Management

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MILITARY RULE IN NIGERIA

WEAKNESSES OF MILITARY RULE The military are not trained in the act of governance. Military regimes are by their nature autocratic; they are insensitive to the opinions or the demands of the people. The Nigerian civil war; the military was responsible for the civil war that claimed many lives. Military rule is based on fear

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MILITARY RULE IN NIGERIA

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND The first military regime in Nigeria started in January 15th 1966, which was staged by five (5) Majors led by Major Chukwuma Kaduna Nzeogwu. It was a bloody military coup in the annals of Nigeria’s politics. Prominent Politicians including the Prime Minister, Alhaji Tafawa Balewa, Premier of Western Region, S.L. Akintola, the Minister

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