BRITISH                                                              FRENCH
1.
The British policy was not to make Africans become British.
The aim of the French policy was to make Africans become French men.
2.
The system of administration in the colonies is
different from each other.
There was uniform and centralised administration in all the
colonies
3.
Indirect rule was introduced African chiefs . were made use of in the administration.
Direct administration was introduced. The local chiefs were excluded in the running of the government.
4.
Mass or wider education by missions and government
Education was restricted. Very few people had access to education.
5.
Africans were not granted British citizenship
Africans could become French citizens.
6.  
Political Parties and Political activities were allowed.
The French did not encourage political activities.
7.
Each colony had its own local legislature, so there was no local representation in the British parliament
Initially, the people in the colonies sent  their representatives
to the French National  Assembly in Paris.