Thousands of Nigerian children welcome the princess to race-course.
Oliver Lyttleton, Colonial Secretary, tours round Nigeria.
Commonwealth Prime Ministers hold Conference in London.
A statue of Queen Elizabeth II is unveiled in Lagos, Africa.
Commonwealth leaders gather for a conference in Lagos
Commonwealth leaders in conference to discuss peace in Vietnam. London.
Commonwealth Prime Ministers meet to discuss the Common Market.
Commonwealth leaders meet at Lancaster House in London.
Premiers from around the world attend Commonwealth conference at Marlborough House.
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Princess Alexandra declares the independence of Nigeria.
Various African heads of state attend meeting in Nigeria for peace.
Prime Minister Harold Macmillan embarks upon a tour of Africa.
Queen inspects detachment of Nigerian Regiment in grounds of Buckingham Palace.
Men and women being fingerprinted, election results on board, crowd cheering.
Okotie-Eboh & Seel speaking, the signing ceremony.
In Lagos, Queen attends a garden party and a formal session of the Federation Parliament.
Queen leaves from London Airport for her tour of Nigeria.
Queen and Prince Philip receive welcome in the Nigerian capital at the start of Royal Tour.
Royal tour continues with a visit to children's rally and a tribal dancing at Enugu, Nigeria.
Nigerian tribal canoes hold a regatta for the Queen - later, she visits a Leper Colony.
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh on Royal Tour of Nigeria.
Queen Elizabeth II in Kaduna in Nigeria, West Africa.
First local election in Lagos, the capital of Nigeria.
Educational film showing life in Nigeria.
Footage showing island of Lagos, Nigeria.
Seven tribal chiefs from Nigeria interviewed.
The ruler of a Nigerian state visits an RAF station to watch the planes.
Footage of unknown wedding attended by King Olive.
Oba Alaiyeluwa Ademola II, the Alake of Abeokuta, holds silver jubilee celebrations. Nigeria.