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Reasons why Nigeria adopted a ferderal system of government?
The federal system of government was chosen for Nigeria during the period leading up to independence from Britain in 1960. [ During the year leading up to independence the parliamentary government worked towards a smooth handover of power and establishing the federal system that established Nigerian independence and nationhood. Joe McHugh Profile Joe McHugh answered The federal system of
government was chosen for Nigeria during the period leading up to independence from Britain in 1960. During the year leading up to independence the parliamentary government worked towards a smooth handover of power and establishing the federal system that established Nigerian independence and nationhood. Upon independence the federal government was given control of foreign relations, defense, fiscal and commercial policy. The elected prime minister was able to form a cabinet and given control of the Federal Supreme Court. Although the English monarch remained as the head of state it was symbolic only with no decision making powers with Nigeria remaining a member of the British Commonwealth. ]
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