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bd40bc7c7a K. On 29 May 1967, Lt. In Africa, nationalism was not just a derivative discourse, to use Partha Chatterjees famous term. Fall. The collapse undermined Songhai's hegemony over the Hausa states and abruptly altered the course of regional history. 25. This lack of primary ethnic support makes Jonathan a target for militaristic overthrow or regional uprisings in the area. Archaeological evidence suggests that Nri hegemony in Igboland may go back as far as the 9th century, and royal burials have been unearthed dating to at least the 10th century. Eri, the god-like founder of Nri, is believed to have settled the region around 948 with other related Igbo cultures following after in the 13th century. The first Eze Nri (King of Nri), fikunim, followed directly after him. A state council (the Oyo Mesi) named the alafin (king) and acted as a check on his authority.
Nonetheless, History is not a simple indictment of global economic inequality or European exploitation. A History of Nigeria. The Kingdom of Nri was a religio-polity, a sort of theocratic state, that developed in the central heartland of the Igbo region. The Nri had a taboo symbolic code with six types. For local elections nine parties were granted provisional registration with three fulfilling the requirements to contest the following elections. Many of todays categories of ethnic identification, which might be interpreted as being potential nations, are themselves relatively recent.Back to (4) The first monograph widely considered to be a work of academic African history was K. The NCNC represented the interests of the Igbo- and Christian-dominated people of the Eastern Region of Nigeria. and the Action Group (AG) was a left-leaning party that represented the interests of the Yoruba people in the West. CNN. This meant that, while certain Igbo may have lived under different formal administration, all followers of the Igbo religion had to abide by the rules of the faith and obey its representative on earth, the Eze Nri.. By examining key themes such as colonialism, religion, slavery, nationalism and the economy, the authors explain the context to Nigeria's recent ethnic and religious conflicts, political instability, rampant official corruption and ailing economy.