I’ve been on this matter in regards to the first storey constructing in Nigeria situated in Badagry and the second storey constructing in Nigeria situated in AWORI land. Each night time and day I take into consideration the story in regards to the first and second storey constructing in Nigeria. In the event you examine your Google in regards to the two buildings. You will see out that the story discovered on google is completely complicated. Google acknowledged that the primary storey constructing laid a basis in 1842 and completed building within the 12 months 1845 and the second storey constructing was constructed within the 12 months 1842. This 12 months’s distinction obtained me pondering and questioning if the primary storey constructing was constructed within the 12 months 1845 and second storey constructing was in-built 1842 whereas then did they finalize that the one one Badagry is the primary storey constructing and the one in AWORI land is the second.
My go to to CRIMMD to see Dr Raphael James introduced me heading in the right direction. After a lot dialogue with him, he broke down historical past and at last informed me and concluded that the constructing in Badagry and the one in AWORI shouldn’t be nearer to something first storey constructing somewhat they’re the colonial buildings constructed by the colonial masters. However probably not sure with the constructing in AWORI which we’re going into analysis to seek out out if the constructing in AWORI can be constructed by colonial masters. So subsequently, The constructing in Badagry is the primary colonial storey constructing in Nigeria and never the primary storey constructing in Nigeria. The primary storey constructing is discovered within the historical metropolis of the Benin empire however has been demolished after the assault by the British troopers at about 1473. At the moment, the Benin empire was the strongest metropolis on the planet.
The constructing in AWORI land
Iave to compile this story after listening to from the historic grasp; Dr Raphael James.
@Dennis Chukwuebuka Okeke