2 edition of Local government in southern Nigeria found in the catalog.
Local government in southern Nigeria
Philip James Harris
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|Pagination||xii, 348 p.|
|Number of Pages||348|
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Port Harcourt Local Government Area (PHALGA) is a local government area of Rivers State in southern is one of the 23 local government areas created for the state. Its administrative seat is located in Port gh the local government consists of two different ethnic groups the Okrika(Ijaw) in the South and Ikwerre (Igbo) in the North, it has been advised that the local Country: Nigeria.
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Local government in southern Nigeria: a manual of law and procedure under the Eastern region local government law,and the Western region local government law, /.
Book. Full-text available Control and Detection of Fraud in the Local Government in Nigeria. Chapter. Full-text available. Jan ; History of Pre-colonial Southern Nigeria. Chapter. Full. Local government is the sphere of government closest to the people.
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Olaniyi. Port Harcourt was founded in by Frederick Lugard, governor of both the Northern Nigeria Protectorate and the Southern Nigeria Protectorate. Its purpose was to export the coal that geologist Albert Ernest Kitson had discovered in Enugu in The colonial government caused the people of Diobu to cede their land, and in the building of a port-town was y: Nigeria.
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