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Independence Day Dates
 

China

-October 1
 

Nigeria

-October 1
  Belgium-October 4
  Ukraine-November 24
 

Kenya

-December 12
  Cameroon-January 01
  Australia-January 01
 

Germany

-January 18
  Sri Lanka-February 04
  Iran-February 10
 

Egypt

-February 28
  Ghana-March 06
  Zimbabwe-April 18
  Ecuador-May 24
  South Africa-May 31
  Norway-June 07
  Philippines-June 12
  Canada-July 1
  USA-July 4,
 

Algeria

-July 05
  Venezuela-July 5
  Argentina-July 9
 

France

-July 14
  Columbia-July 20
  Peru-July 28
  Jamaica -August 06
 

Singapore

-August 09
 

Pakistan

-August 14
 

India

-August 15
  North Korea-August 15
  South Korea-August 15
 

Indonesia

-August 17
 

Afghanistan

-August 19
  Russia-August 24
 

Malaysia

-August 31
  Brazil-Sept. 7
  Macedonia-Sept. 8
  Costa Rica -Sept. 15
 

Mexico

-Sept. 16
  Saudi Arabia-Sept. 23
  New Zealand-Sept. 26
123Independenceday Nigeria

Independence Day of Nigeria

One of the most populous countries of African continent, Nigeria is the fastest growing economies of the world. Like other countries, the independence day of Nigeria is celebrated with great zeal and festive fervor.

It falls on 1st October every year and is also observed with unmatched nationalistic ardor throughout the country. The significance of Independence Day in Nigeria lies in the fact that it binds all the Nigerians into one chord not only within the country but also in the far off lands of America and Europe.

A brief history of Nigeria's struggle for independence---

Historical evidences indicate that the earlier inhabitants of Nigeria were thought to have the Nok tribe followed by Kanuri, Hausa and Fulani who migrated to the country in the subsequent years. In the 13th century Islam was introduced in Nigeria, and the Kanem Empire continued to rule the country till the 14th century. With the annexation of British in 1886, it became a British colony in the later years. After years of hard struggle and political turmoil Nigeria achieved independence on 1st October 1960.

The vast landscapes of the country, stretching from the Obudu Hills of the southeast through the beaches in to the rainforest regions of the Lagos estuary the country has worth while natural splendors to explore.

Culturally one of the diverse countries of Africa, Nigeria is home to more than 250 linguistic ethnic groups as Yoruba, Hausa, Fulani and Igbo. The folk music of Nigeria has gained tremendous boost with indigenous fusion giving it a new dimension in the past few years. The economy of Nigeria has come of age with the exploration of oil and petroleum deposits which accounts for nearly 50% of its income. Also the vast mineral resources extensively contribute to the economic upsurge of the country.

The Nigerian Independence day remains incomplete without paying marked homage to its famous freedom fighters and leaders who have inspired the country independence struggle. To know more about the different facets of Nigeria, scroll through these links---

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  • Demographics
  • Geography
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  • Art and Culture
  • Heritage
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  • Places to Visit
  • Historical Places
  • Cities of New Zealand
  • Political System

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