The central legislature of Nigeria became bicameral in

JAMB 2001

The central legislature of Nigeria became bicameral in
  • A. 1960
  • B. 1951
  • C. 1959
  • D. 1963
Correct Answer: Option A
Explanation
The central legislature of Nigeria became bicameral in 1960. McPherson constitution of 1951 created two chambers regional legislatures known as the house of chiefs and the house of Assembly in the Northern and Western region. Coming then to independence constitution of 1960. Bicameral legislatures were adopted in both the federal and regional government including the Eastern region.

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