HISTORY. On 1 Oct. 1954 Nigeria became a federation under a Governor-General. For its previous colonial history since 1861 see The Statesman’s Year-Book, 1993–94, p. 1031. On 1 Oct. 1960 Nigeria became sovereign and independent and a member of the Commonwealth and on 1 Oct. 1963 a republic.
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