Constitutional Developments in Nigeria: An Analytical Study of Nigeria's Constitution-Making Developments and the Historical and Political Factors That Affected Constitutional Change

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INDEX
Aba, 11, 35, 91, 99
Abayomi, Sir K. A., 56
Abdullah, Mallam H. R., 98
Action Group, 93, 101-2, 136-7, 139, 141, 164-6, 170-4, 229, 236, 238, 253, 255,
and Constitutional Review Conference of 1953, 176-99
in 1954 Constitution, 200-26
Adamawa, 4, 17
Adedoyin, Adeleke, 80, 156
Adelabu, Alhaji Adegoke, 226
Administrative Officers, 35, 85, 107
African Continental Bank, 229-31
African Messenger, 52
African Morning Post, 52-3
Akasa, Sir Kitoye, 51
Akintola, S. L., 169, 173
Akinsanya, Samuel A., 55-6
Alafin of Oyo, 6, 23
Alake of Abeokuta, 7
Alakija, Sir Adeyemo, 51, 92
Ali, Duse Mohamed, 52
American influence, 40, 47
Animists, 6, 10
Arikpo, Okoi, 144, 158
Aro-Chuku, 90
Asaba, 139
Atlantic Charter, 39-40
Awolowo, Chief, 77, 92
political philosophy of, 101-2, 115, 158
and breakdown of Macpherson Constitution, 166-7, 171
and Constitutional Conference of 1953, 176-8, 183, 187-8
and Constitutional Conference of 1957, 238, 240-1
and structure of Nigerian Federation, 249
Azikiwe, Dr Nnamdi, 46, 50
in journalism, 52-5, 59-60, 62
on N.C.N.C. tour, 79-80
on Commission on Recruitment of Nigerians, 86
on the Ibos, 91
and the Zikist movement, 97-100
political philosophy of, 100-1
and the Macpherson Constitution, 105, 128, 154
in the Eastern Region Crisis of 1953, 156-7, 161
and Constitutional Conference of 1953, 176-8, 182, 189
in the Eastern Region Crisis of 1955, 217-20
and the African Continental Bank, 229-31
and the Constitutional Conference of 1957, 239-41
and the C.O.R. state, 246-7
and structure of Nigerian Federation, 249
Balewa, Alhaji Sir Abubakir Tafawa, 95, 240-2
Balogun, Kola, 158
Bauchi, 4, 17, 94-5, 241
Benin, 23, 113
Benin-Delta State, 245-7
Benue, 2, 13
Berlin Conference, 14
Binis, 8
Bornu, 5, 17
Bourdillon, Sir Bernard, 64-5, 68, 74, 76
British Administration, 4-7, 11-13, 32-3, 38, 94, 96
Burns, Alan, 6
Calabar, 11, 23, 31, 68, 72, 81, 99, 109, 119
Calabar-Ogoja-Rivers State, 245-7
Cambridge, 84
Cameron, Sir Donald, 36-7, 63
Cameroons, 2, 32, 163-4, 194-6, 234-5, 238, 247, 252, 256
Caseley Hayford, 23
Chad, 5
Chandos, Lord, 170, 180, 187, 189, 197-8, 222
Chick, Sir Louis, 190-1, 197
Christianity, Christians, 6, 13, 169
Church of Scotland, 13
Churchill, Sir Winston, 39, 189
Citizens Committee for Independence, 249-50
Civil Service, 86-7, 90, 191-2, 217-23, 236-7
Clifford, Sir Hugh, 24-7, 30, 51
Climate of Nigeria, 2
Coleman, J. S., 137
Colonial Development and Welfare Acts and Grants, 42-3, 57, 191
Colonial Office, 14, 19, 27, 58, 74, 82-3, 88, 120-1, 126-8, 170, 175-6, 186-8, 220, 223, 239
Columbia University, 53
Commonwealth, 104, 177, 257
Council of Ministers, 125, 142-5, 167, 173, 197, 200-1, 225
Couplan, Sir Reginald, 244

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