4 edition of Nigeria and elective representation, 1923-1947 found in the catalog.
Nigeria and elective representation, 1923-1947
Tekena N. Tamuno
Bibliography: p. 129-130.
|Statement||by Tekena N. Tamuno.|
|LC Classifications||JQ3097 .T3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| 136 p.|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||66071043|
General elections were held in Nigeria for the first time on 20 September The Nigerian National Democratic Party (NNDP) won three of the four elected seats in the Legislative Council. WikiMili The Free Encyclopedia. Nigerian general election Last updated J torate of Southern Nigeria, in May , a Legislative Council was provided for both territories. The Nigerian unofficial members of that Council came from, and could be said to represent, only the western province (previously called the colony and protectorate of Lagos). 1 T. N. Tamuno: Nigeria and elective representation, , London.
A by-election was held for the Lagos seat in the Legislative Council of Nigeria in December to replace Jibril Martin of the Nigerian Youth Movement (NYM). It was won by Abubakar Olorun-Nimbe of the Nigerian National Democratic Party (NNDP).. Campaign. The NNDP and the Nigerian Union of Young Democrats put forward Olorun-Nimbe, vice president of the NNDP, as a joint candidate. So, the book under review is a fresh work. But much more important than that, its contributions are of the highest order. Leon Carl Brown's team, which contains a dozen or so first-rate Maghrib Nigeria and Elective Representation By Tekena N. Tamuno. London, Ibadan: Heinemann. pp. Bibliog. Index. 35s. Paperback: 18s.
Electoral system. The Nigeria (Legislative Council) Order in Council provided for a member Legislative Council, of which 23 were ex-officio officials, four were nominated officials, up to 15 were appointed unofficial members and four were elected (three in Lagos and one in Calabar). The 23 ex-officio officials included the Governor, the Chief Secretary and their deputy, the Lieutenant. Electoral system. The Nigeria (Legislative Council) Order in Council provided for a member Legislative Council, of which 23 were ex-officio officials, four were nominated officials, up to 15 were appointed unofficial members and four were elected (three in Lagos and one in Calabar). The 23 ex officio officials included the Governor, the Chief Secretary and their deputy, the Lieutenant.
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Nigeria and elective representation, by Tamuno, Tekena N. Publication date TopicsPages: OCLC Number: Description:  pages tables 22 cm: Contents: 1. The administrative background and the question of representation A turning point in the agitation for the franchise in Nigeria The franchise and electoral regulations Early political parties and other organizations Main features of legislative council elections Representative Government in Nigeria - Nigeria and Elective Representation, – By Takena N.
Tamuno. London and Ibadan: Heinemann, Pp. ix+ 35 : D. Jones. nigeria and elective representation - heinemann tekena n.
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Nigeria’s Constitutional Development ( – ) Nigeria has a rich history of Constitutions. From – (both years inclusive) Nigeria had a total of nine Constitutions. These included the Clifford Constitution (), which introduced elective representation into legislative processes in Nigeria.
Background. Nigeria and elective representation democracy had been introduced in Nigeria in Maywhen the Townships Ordinance gave the right to vote for three members of Lagos Town Council to some men.
The first elections to the council were held on 29 March In a new constitution (known as the Clifford Constitution after Governor Hugh Clifford) was promulgated, which introduced four elected seats to the.
representation in the central Nigerian Legislative Council during the period – 4 The British administrative policies and other subsequent legislations were intended to perpetuate the individuality and separateness of the north 5 and by extension national disintegration. The policies from the onset.
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Participation in Elections in Nigeria by. Selected books. Nigeria and Elective Representation, –Heinemann () The evolution of the Nigerian state: The Southern phase, – Humanities Press, ISBN ; Abebe: Portrait of a Nigerian leader.
ALF Publications, ISBN ; Herbert Macaulay, Nigerian patriot. Heinemann Educational, of elective representation, was partly met much later - by the Nigeria (Legisla-tive Council) Order-in-Council of If the basis of unofficial representation caused some satisfaction in Lagos, this was largely among the few European residents engaged in various business enterprises.
Between andEuropean unofficial members of the. In Nigeria, about 51 percent of women are involved in voting during elections. Despite these, women are still under represented in both elective and appointive positions.
Available statistics revealed that overall political representation in government of Nigeria is less than 7 percent (Agbalajobi, ). The Nigerian National Democratic Party (NNDP) won three of the four elected seats in the Legislative Council.
Electoral system. The elections were the first and only elections to be held under the constitution introduced by Governor Arthur Richards. There were few changes to the electoral system created by the Representation of women in elective posts as at (deputy governors) Currently, there are legislators in the National Assembly: and in the Senate and House of Representatives.
Traditional Participation in a Modern Political System — the Case of Western Nigeria - Volume 18 Issue 3 - Louis J. Munoz ), and Tamuno, T. N., Nigeria and Elective Representation, – (London, ).
page note 1 White, Representation (London. The Role of Political Parties in Democratic Government In Nigeria, The Fourth Republic.
INTRODUCTION. Democratic governance with its ideal of elective representation, freedom of choice of leaders, role of law, freedom of expression, accountability e.t.c has become the acceptable system of government all over the world.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. "A lot still needs to be done to give women more room for participation in politics.
It does appear that the huge and overwhelming representation of women at most political rallies has not. PROECT TOPIC: THE ROLE OF POLITICAL PARTIES IN DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT IN NIGERIA, THE FOUTH REPUBLIC THE ROLE OF POLITICAL PARTIES IN DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT IN NIGERIA, THE FOUTH REPUBLICCHAPTER ONE Background of the study Democratic governance with its ideal of elective representation, freedom of choice of leaders, role of law, freedom of.
3. See Tekena Tamuno: Nigeria and Elective Representation p. 4. Kirk -Greene 's: Introduction to Lugard and the Amalgamation oj Nigeria (p.
3); and 4. Awolowo: op. cit. p. 5. Lugard in the New Universal Library and Hutchinson's 20th Century Encyclopaedia.Exceptions are T. N. Tamuno, Nigeria and elective representation, (London, ); I. F. Nicolson, The Administration of Nigeria, (Oxford, ); and I.
M. Okonjo, British the Nigerian societies were resilient enough to absorb change and that only.Ntrn controversy: Oby Ezekwesili "In the 29 states where governorship elections held inthe representation of women seeking the office of governor and deputy governor stood at 87 (