Amalgamation

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Mohammed Ibrahim

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  • *Only 6 Nigerians Signed The Amalgamation Document In 1914, namely:*

    1.HRH Maiturare Sarkin Mussulumi and Sultan of Sokoto
    2. Usuman Dan Maje who later became Emir of Kano
    3. Sir Kitoyi Ajasa a lawyer
    4. HRH Oladugbolu Alaafin of Oyo
    5. HRH R Henshaw (Obong of Calabar)
    6. Abubakar Shehu of Borno

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    The location of the signing of d amalgamation document was Zungeru, Niger State. That was the Capital of the British Protectorate of Northern Nigeria from 1902 until 1916

    There were 6 people and the rest of the 22 were British.

    *The Edict expired in 2014.*

    The document stated that after 100 years, each party can re-evaluate & determine if they want to continue together or go their separate ways.

    *The above information is for personal consumption and not political.*

    Why did we refuse to honour the agreements?

    Nigeria technically expired in 2014. So, we can at least renegotiate the terms of continuing as a single Nation or Federation, Confederation or total separation.

    This is a very useful document for dialogue any day!!!.

About the author: Mohammed Ibrahim
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