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Nnamdi Azikiwe, Owelle-Osowa-anya of Onitsha, and Zik of Africa was born on November 16, 1904 in Zungeru, Niger State into the family of Obededom Chukwuemeka Azikiwe and Racheal Chinwe Azikiwe. His father was a Government worker, a clerk, and his mother was a trader. He attended various schools in Nigeria, including CMS Central School, Onitsha (1911); Methodist Boys High School, Lagos (1915-18); Hope Waddell Institute, Calabar (1920-21).
The First Republic was the republican government of Nigeria between 1963 and 1966 governed by the first republican constitution. Although Nigeria gained independence from the United Kingdom on October 1, 1960, the nation retained the British monarch, Elizabeth II, as titular head of state until the adoption of a new constitution in 1963 declaring the nation a republic.
In 1934, the first President of Nigeria founded a nationalist newspaper in the Gold . Nnamdi Azikiwe later became a prime minister of the Eastern region.
In 1934, the first President of Nigeria founded a nationalist newspaper in the Gold Coast (now it is called Ghana). In 1937 he returned to Nigeria. This was when he became involved in politics. Then, in 1944, Benjamin Nnamdi founded the National Council in the country. Also after four years, Nnamdi was elected to the Legislative Council of Nigeria. But this was far from the end of his achievements. His tenure lasted for almost 6 years (from 1954 to 1959) in that position. And finally, on October 1, 1963, he became the first President of Nigeria.
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For other uses, see Zik (disambiguation). The Right Honourable Nnamdi Azikiwe. 1st President of Nigeria. Political Blueprint for Nigeria (1943); Economic Reconstruction of Nigeria (1943); Zik: A Selection of the Speeches of Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe (1961); Assassination Story: True or False? (1946); Essentials for Nigeria’s Survival.
Nnamdi Azikiwe, Nigeria's first President and a vigorous champion of African independence from European .
Nnamdi Azikiwe, Nigeria's first President and a vigorous champion of African independence from European colonial rule, died Saturday in a hospital in his native eastern Nigeria after a long illness. After years of agitation for nationhood, Dr. Azikiwe became Governor General of the Nigerian Federation at independence from Britain in 1960, and President in 1963, when the country was declared a republic. While in office, he introduced universal adult suffrage and moved to extend schooling throughout the country.
FULL NAME: Nnamdi Azikiwe . Azikiwe, an Ibo from southeast Nigeria, presided over a democratic Government that was in power for a mere three years before the regional tensions that have marked the country's politics ever since led to the first of many military coups. He was conferred with the highest national honour of Grand Commander of the Federal Republic (GCFR) by the Federal Republic of Nigeria, in 1980.