The Yamasee War When the colonist settled in North America, conflict with the Native Americans began and they never ended. The Yamasee War was one of many conflicts. The Yamasee was a bloody war that killed over 400 colonist in South Carolina. The colonist vigorously stole, lied, and forced the Yamasee into slavery. To not be viewed as weak the Yamasee raided the colonist homes and plantations to kill and destroy them and their property.
The Third assault was the British Governments agenda of “divide and rule”. On the altar of expediency the colonial administration sacrificed Anioma identity by splitting the Anioma community which was then known as West Bank of River Niger, into two different Divisions – Aboh and Asaba Divisions during the heat of the Ekumeku War. Instead of consolidating the community into a West Bank of River Niger Province, the colonial masters placed Aboh Division in Delta Province while Asaba was placed under the colonial Provincial Resident in Benin. Technically Asaba Division could neither claim to belong either to Delta because they never claimed to be Deltans. They equally could equally not claim to be Edos in Benin Province.
This is because it would close the supply line to China and provide more resources to the Japanese. The Japanese Army with Lieutenant General Shōjirō Iida, went into northern Thailand since they had signed a treaty of friendship with Japan, and attacked the southern Burmese province of Tenasserim
She is the member of the Executive Committee of the Trilateral Commission that is discussing an issue of global concern of economy nowadays between Europe, America and Asia and how it could be solved. Nooyi has a great characteristic behavior of caring about world issue and peoples problem around the world. Last, but not the least Nooyi is incredibly intelligent person. While working at PepsiCo, she helps a company to raise its revenue and was participated to merger Tropicana brand. She was starting from the school and finishing her MBA shows her dedication in knowledge.
Starting his rule in 1440, King Oba Ewuare was documented as the first King of the Benin Empire. The Benin Empire; now located in what is Southern Nigeria and known for being one of the oldest and highly developed states in West Africa. King Oba Ewuare, previously known as Prince Ogun; came to power after a violent overturn on his own brother; Prince Uwaifaikon. So violent that he ended up destroying much of Benin City in the processes.Oba Ewuare was the son of Ohen and after his death, an altercation arose and Prince Ogun was
When the Nigerian government does come up with a plan to combat these issues, the plan usually lacks a proper procedure and cannot be maintained in the long run. The degradation of the environment in the Niger Delta, is a direct result of oil companies that have failed to take social responsibility into consideration in their various operations. The numerous environmental consequences of oil exploration have become huge obstacles that face development in the Niger Delta. One of these obstacles are oil spills, which mainly occur
“Take care not to touch the whites lest you perish like the people …” In 1831, Macgregor Laird (1808 - 9 January 1861) the Scottish merchant pioneer of British trade on the River Niger, born at Greenock formed a company with several Liverpool merchants to trade in the Niger regions. The following year, the company sent two small ships up the Niger, the Alburkah, a paddle-wheel steamer of fifty-five tons designed by Laird, the first iron vessel to make an ocean voyage. Laird went with the expedition, which was led by Richard Lander and forty-eight Europeans, all but nine of whom died from fever or, in the case of Lander, from wounds. Laird went up the Niger to the confluence of the Benue (then called the Shary or Tchadda) and was the first white man to ascend. He did not go far up the river but formed an accurate idea as to its source and course.
When Okonkwo was first exiled for seven years, he expected to return himself to the same clan he had been forced to leave. Although, in his time gone the missionaries arrived, enforcing their religion of Christianity among the people of Umuofia. Many people fell for Christianity, meanwhile others were too afraid to fight for what they believed in. Okonkwo, being once one of their leaders, knew that he had taught the clan better, especially the men. He guided the men of Umuofia to fight, to unite with one another, and to not be soft like women.
Okonkwo was well known in Umuofia, he was one of the leaders for Umuofia. Okonkwo’s dad was an unsuccessful man and Okonkwo was pushed to be better than him (Achebe,4). Okonkwo didn 't like unsuccessful people like his father. If Okonkwo didn 't like unsuccessful people people then he would not want to be unsuccessful. When they burned down the church the District Commissioner wanted to talk to the leaders in Umuofia and Okonkwo was one of the six that they wanted to talk to (Achebe,193).