|Name||Took office||Left office|
|Sir John Evelyn Shuckburgh (1877–1953)||1 July 1940||1942|
|Sir Alan Burns (1887–1980)||1942||18 Dec 1943|
|Sir Arthur Richards (1885–1978)||18 Dec 1943||5 February 1948|
|Sir John Macpherson (1898–1971)||5 February 1948||1 October 1954|
Who was the governor of Nigeria between 1935 1943?
Bernard Henry Bourdillon
|His Excellency Sir Bernard Henry Bourdillon GCMG KBE|
|Sir Bernard Henry Bourdillon by Bassano. 3 October 1932.|
|Governor of Nigeria|
|In office 1 November 1935 – 1943|
|Preceded by||Sir Donald Charles Cameron|
Who was the first Nigerian Governor General?
Nnamdi Azikiwe, the first and only indigenous Governor–General of Nigeria (1960–1963), and the first President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (1963–1966), died on 11 May 1996.
Who is the first governor general?
Governor-General of India
|Viceroy and Governor-General of India|
|Formation||20 October 1773|
|First holder||Warren Hastings|
|Final holder||Lord Mountbatten (February 1947 – August 1947 as Viceroy of India) Chakravarthi Rajagopalachari (1948–1950 as Governor-general of Dominion of India)|
|Abolished||26 January 1950|
Who was the last colonial governor general in Nigeria?
Sir James Wilson Robertson, KT, GCMG, GCVO, KBE, KStJ was a British civil servant who served as the last colonial governor-general of Nigeria from 1955 to 1960.
How many governor generals are there?
List of governors-general
|Name (Birth–Death)||Term of office||Appointer|
|Warren Hastings (1732–1818)||20 October 1773||East India Company (1773–1858)|
|Sir John Macpherson, Bt (acting) (1745–1821)||8 February 1785|
|The Earl Cornwallis (1738–1805)||12 September 1786|
|John Shore (1751–1834)||28 October 1793|
Who gave the name Nigeria?
The name “Nigeria” was coined by the future Lady Lugard in an 1897 London Times article. With Lord Lugard’s arbitrary conception of Nigeria in mind, one can begin to see the many and varied problems colonialism created in Nigeria, across West Africa, and around the world.
Which is the highest court in Nigeria?
The Supreme Court of Nigeria (SCN), is the highest court in Nigeria, and is located in the Central District, Abuja, in what is known as the Three Arms Zone, so called due to the proximity of the offices of the Presidential Complex, the National Assembly, and the Supreme Court.
Who created the first political party in Nigeria?
The Nigerian National Democratic Party (NNDP) was Nigeria’s first political party. Formed in 1923 by Herbert Macaulay to take advantage of the new Clifford Constitution, which succeeded the 1914 Nigerian Council.
What is difference between Governor and Governor General?
Governor General was the head of all governors of states under East India Company. After the power shifted in the hands of British Crown, Viceroy was appointed, who was the head of colonial India and governed the territory on behalf of British Crown.
What is difference between Viceroy and Governor General?
Governors-General and Viceroys were the main administrative cogs of British India who saw to it that the “Jewel in the Crown” of the British Empire.
Difference Between Governor-General and Viceroy.
|Chakravarti Rajagopalachari was the last Governor-General||Lord Louis Mountbatten was the last Viceroy|
Who appoints the governor general?
Appointed by the Sovereign under the advice of the Prime Minister, the Governor General usually holds office for five years. However, the term can continue beyond five years and is brought to an end by the installation or the swearing in of a successor.
Who is the second governor general of Nigeria?
Governors-General of Nigeria, 1954–1963
|Sir John Macpherson (1898–1971)||1 October 1954||Elizabeth II|
|Sir James Wilson Robertson (1899–1983)||15 June 1955||Elizabeth II|
|Nnamdi Azikiwe (1904–1996)||16 November 1960||Elizabeth II|
Who was the first colonial administrator in Nigeria?
Nigeria’s Colonial Governor Generals (1912-1960)
|Sir Fredrick Lord Lugard||1912 – 1919||First Governor General|
|Sir Creamer Thompson||1925 – 1931||3rd Governor General|
|Sir Donald Cameroon||1931 – 1935||4th Governor General|
|Sir Bernard Boundilion||1935 – 1943||5th Governor General|
|Sir Anthony Richard||1943 – 1948||6th Governor General|
Who was the colonial governor?
British rule in the colonies was enforced by the colonial governor. He was usually appointed by the King and he served as the chief law enforcement officer in the colony. The governor seemed all powerful. But the royal governors often met determined resistance from colonial assemblies.