Nigeria’s Seven Secrets And The Inevitability Of A Sovereign National Conference (part 3) By Leonard Karshima Shilgba
Preamble: I wish to begin this sequel of my essay with a quote of what Flora Shaw, a former Colonial Editor of the London Times wrote in the newspaper on January 8, 1897: "The name Nigeria, applying to no other part of Africa, may without offence to any neighbours be accepted as co-extensive with the territories over which the Royal Niger Company has extended British influence, and may serve to differentiate them equally from the colonies of Lagos and the Niger Protectorate on the coast and ...
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