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The years of British colonial rule in Nigeria so much transformed her pre-colonial culture that, by the time Nigeria gained independence in 1960, a great deal of the British educational system, British moral values, and the English Language had already become nationally accepted and entrenched in virtually every aspect of Nigeria’s national psyche.
According to Mahdi Adamu in Clark, E, and Jegede, D. (1992:24): By virtue of the colonial experience, the English Language became our official language through which pre-primary, primary, and post-primary education is taught in this country. Official actions and utterances in this country have shown that to be formally literate, one needs to learn to read and write in the English language.
In the field of political culture also, the similarities are clear and distinct. It was the British type of parliamentary democracy that Nigeria’s first democratic experience was fashioned after from 1960 – 1966 until 1979 when Nigeria embraced the American political system.
In the absence of an acceptable alternative that is truly Nigerian, Nigeria adopted the European system of governance. Even in commerce, the remarkable similarity is also evident. To further explain this, Mahdi Adamu (1992:26) asserts.
The Nigerian economy has been so intricately tied to the apron strings of one European capitalist economy, that we no longer have our own commercial system different from that of our mentors. One thing is clear; the advent of colonial administration in Nigeria greatly and negatively affected the development of indigenous socio-cultural structures.
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