The 1914 Amalgamation that happened not long after the naming of Nigeria was one of the critical minutes for British organization in Africa and an essential one for pilgrim Nigeria. Prior to this occasion, the Nigerian state had been a political substance with various decent varieties which made administration troublesome. The Southern Protectorate, the Northern Protectorate and the Colony of Lagos all had their own different styles of government. This territorial structure implied distinctive laws were relevant in the Protectorates and in the Colony of Lagos. The Protectorates and the Colony of Lagos were very self-self-governing and overseeing them with various laws demonstrated a significant undertaking. Therefore, the Nigeria 1914 Amalgamation blended the diverse parts of the nation keeping in mind the end goal to make administration less demanding for the frontier rulers.
It ought to likewise be noticed that times of considerations went into the amalgamation of Nigeria and the choice ought not be viewed as an unconstrained move by the British. Sir Frederick Lugard first pondered blending the distinctive parts of the nation ten years previously he turned into the Governor-General of the nation. As the High Commissioner of the Northern Nigerian, Sir Frederick Lugard saw the innate bitterness that existed between the diverse parts of the nation and how order and execution of national strategies got postponed. Lugard was not by any means the only one who trusted Nigeria direly should have been coordinated keeping in mind the end goal to stay away from her outright crumple. Prominent British pilgrim officers, for example, Sir William Macgregor (Governor of Lagos) and Sir Ralph Moore (High Commissioner of Southern Nigeria) agreed with Lugard and emphatically pushed for amalgamation. Notwithstanding, the Queen of England and the British government never observed motivation to do as such yet.