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Qualification for Citizenship in Nigeria

Citizenship of a country, especially Nigeria, can be through any of these ways.

  1. By Birth: A person becomes a citizen of Nigeria by birth if the parents are Nigerians, are if he was born in Nigeria on or before the independence.
  2. 2.Through Naturalization: A foreigner who has stayed in Nigeria for at least 15 years can apply for Nigerian Citizenship.
  1. Through Registration: A foreigner who has married a Nigerian can apply for Nigerian Citizenship. He has to be of good character and must meet other conditions specified by Nigerian law.
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Qualifications for Citizenship in Nigeria

The following conditions must be met by a foreigner to become a citizen of Nigeria:

  1. Age: He must have attained the required age stipulated by the Nigerian Constitution i.e. more than 21 years old.
  2. 2.Residence:He must have lived in Nigeria for at least fifteen years.
  1. Acceptability by the Community: He must be accepted by the residents of the community he lives.
  2. Readiness to Live in Nigeria: He must be willing to live and stay in Nigeria.
  3. 5. Contribution to Development: He must be willing to contribute meaningfully to the economic, political and social development of Nigeria.
  4. Oath of Allegiance: He must be ready to take the oath of allegiance.
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Evaluation

  1. Explain three process of becoming a citizen of a country.
  2. What are the conditions that must be met by a foreigner to become a citizen of Nigeria.

 

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