« SS3

SS3 Government

Government for SS3 students. Lesson notes, questions and answers; 1st, 2nd and 3rd term.

1st term

  1. Emergence of federalism in Nigeria
  2. Factors that necessitated the formation of federalism
  3. Conferences organised by the colonial powers
  4. Revenue allocation formula in Nigeria
  5. Need for revenue allocation in a federal state.
  6. Conflict over each adopted revenue allocation formula.
  7. The major and minor ethnic groups in Nigeria
  8. Reasons for the demand of more states
  9. Complexity and endless nature of the state creation
  10. Recommendation of Willink’s commission
  11. Solution to minority problems in Nigeria.
  12. The nature of ethnic conflicts and rivalry in Nigeria.
  13. Problems of secession in Nigeria.
  14. Measures to avoid secession in Nigeria.
  15. National democratic party (NNDP)
  16. Nigerian youth movement (NYM)
  17. National council of Nigeria and Cameroun citizens (NCNC)
  18. Action group (AG)
  19. Northern people’s congress (NPC)
  20. Northern elements progressive Union (NEPU)
  21. National Party of Nigeria (NPN)
  22. Nigerian People’s Party (NPP)
  23. Great Nigerian people’s party (GNPP)
  24. People’s Redemption party (PRP)
  25. Nigerian Advance Party (NAP)
  26. Social Democratic Party (SDP)
  27. National republican Convention (NRC)
  28. People’s Democratic Party (PDP)
  29. All Nigerian Peoples’ Party (ANPP)
  30. Alliance for Democracy (AD)
  31. Kano riot 1953
  32. Eastern region constitution 1953
  33. Census crisis 1962/63

2nd term

  1. Federal election 1964
  2. Nigerian election 1965
  3. General election 1979
  4. General election 1983
  5. Executive vs legislative crisis in Kaduna
  6. Military rule in Nigeria 1966 – 1975
  7. Military rule in Nigeria 1975 – 1979
  8. Military rule in Nigeria 1983 – 1985
  9. Military rule in Nigeria 1985 – 1993
  10. Military rule in Nigeria 1993 – 1999
  11. Definition and meaning of conflict
  12. Types of conflicts
  13. Causes of conflicts
  14. Conflicts resolution
  15. Peace Evaluation
  16. Mechanism for promoting peace.
  17. Community of nations
  18. Purpose for interaction
  19. Purpose for interaction
  20. Nigeria’s interaction –economic, political and socio-cultural